Tomorrow is a big day for Apple fans with the Company set to hold a press conference to launch several new products among them is believed to be a new tablet PC. Also tipped is a live appearance by Steve Jobs.
Other products tipped are new iPods as well as Beatles music via the iTunes store. The event which is taking place in San Francisco has an invitation featured a picture of a woman in silhouette dancing with an iPod in her hand and a single line from a Rolling Stones song: “It’s only rock and roll, but we like it.”
SmartHouse and ChannelNews will report the event from the USA as it happens.
Despite the Rolling Stones reference in the invitation, the word is that Apple may finally announce have cut a deal to release Beatles music on the ITunes store
A digitally remastered catalogue of the music of the “Fab Four” is scheduled for release the same day, as is the videogame “The Beatles: Rock Band,” which is expected to be a smash hit worldwide.
“Getting the Beatles in iTunes is something that’s been expected for some time,” said technology analyst Rob Enderle of Silicon Valley’s Enderle Group. “This may be when they finally do it.”
Piper Jaffray senior research analyst and Apple watcher Gene Munster has also speculated that Jobs will take the stage at the event. Jobs’ return to the stage, Munster wrote in a research note, will overshadow any products Apple plans to reveal.
There is also speculation that Apple will launch a new OLED tablet.
Let’s see tomorrow as to what’s in store.