Apple Event Set for September 1st, 2010


Apple has sent out innovations to the media today, for an event on September 1st.

The event will be on next Wednesday and will start at 10 a.m. Pacific Time, and will be held at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.

In recent years, Apple has updated iPods in September and the coming event will likely focus on the iPod line up.

The iPod Touch is expected to get a front facing camera, like the iPhone 4. This will give iPod Touch users the ability to use the FaceTime app. The iPod Shuffle is rumor to get a small touch screen and there will probably be some small changes to the Nano and Classic iPods.

Rumors have been running wild about the new Apple TV or what is expected to be renamed iTV. The new iTV is suppose to use iOS, allowing apps to run on TVs.

iTV will rely mainly on video streaming and have little room for storage. The New York Times have cited anonymous sources that have stated Apple is currently negotiating with content providers to offer 99 cent TV episode rentals. The device is expected to for $99.

Apple is also expected to release iOS 4 for the iPad at the event. The upgrade will add multitasking, folders and several other improvements. This upgrade will be free for iPad users.


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