Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water…
Rumors, rumors, rumors! No, I’m not just excited about Fleetwood Mac. I’m talking about iPhone and iPod rumors. Summer means new products and and upgrades from everyone’s favorite portable device frontrunner. This is what we can be relatively confident about: the iPods Touch and Nano will be redesigned and feature a camera. The iPhone 3G will have a camera on the front. And there will be some significant software changes. This is what we can guess at: Apple is developing a version of the iPhone for the Verizon network. Apple will introduce a less expensive voice and data plan with AT&T. And Mega Shark vs. Giant Octopus will mark Lorenzo Lamas’ glorious return to superstardom. Just wait and see.
So keep your lookin’ balls fixed on Mac Rumors or Apple Insider for all the cool news coming up over the next few weeks, and get excited cause summer is here.
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