Sunday, December 23rd, 2007

Apple rumours start to boil over before Macworld


This January I’ll be going to Macworld for the first time ever, and I’ll finally get to see Uncle Steve’s medicine show in person. Macworld is traditionally when the biggest announcement of the year comes from Apple, though how they’ll top last year’s iPhone roll-out, I have no idea. However, that hasn’t stopped mad internet speculation from frothing up in in anticipation of new Apple goodies. The top contender is a sub-notebook, or possibly a tablet, built around the same technology as the iPhone. We’ll see…now that I’m doing a lot of video work, I’m more interested in upgrades to the Mac Pro than anything else.

Also, keep an eye on Techvibes while I’m at Macworld, because I’ll be blogging for them throughout the week.

Warren Frey is a journalist, freelance writer, podcaster, video producer, and all-around media consultant currently based in Vancouver, Canada. His written work has appeared in such publications as Metro Vancouver, the Westender, Mac | Life and the Japan Times.

3 Responses to “ Apple rumours start to boil over before Macworld ”

cam c. says:

What are you trying to do, get Apple to offer you cash to stop blogging just like they did with Fake Steve Jobs?

Steven says:

Damn you Frey!!! ;P

Chris Burgess says:

As a 6-time vet of MacWorld San Francisco, have a load of fun and don’t forget to finagle invites to the various parties. The best one I went to was in 2004 where I won a couple firewire hard drives, some other various swag, and met Andy Inhatko. That was hosted by some Mac radio thing (I can’t recall the exact name of the host any more). Then there was the time (in 1999) where I met Douglas Adams… that quite ruled, thank you.

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