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Today, Apple updated their home page with the graphic above showing what appears to be Apple’s main slogan for Macworld 2008. Many readers are predicting that “air” is the name of a new line of MacBooks from Apple that will be released tomorrow. Other’s are guessing […]

There’s something in the air…

Today, Apple updated their home page with the graphic above showing what appears to be Apple’s main slogan for Macworld 2008.

Many readers are predicting that “air” is the name of a new line of MacBooks from Apple that will be released tomorrow. Other’s are guessing it has something to do with wireless networking or WiFi. I’m guessing no one really has a clue.

Tomorrow at 9am PST, Steve Jobs will deliver his infamous keynote speech and is sure to release and announce things that will make your head explode.

Tune in tomorrow for commentary and updates on new announcements related to all things Macworld.

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  1. My bet… “There’s something in the air” refers to Apple TV. Check out my, One more thing… prediction.

  2. Seems like even Apple is suggesting that the Air will be a MacBook:

    http://www.apple.com/?Will+We+see+a+MacBookAir+on+Tuesday?

  3. Nevermind, I am an idiot.

  4. My days im defintiely getting excited about this. Im from England but I’ll be the first on apple.com to check out all the new gear Jobs has to offer

  5. What’s “infamous” about SJ’s keynote speech??? Don’t you mean “famous keynote speech?”

  6. Phil Collins Special Edition iPods!

  7. What is Apple’s woman slogan for Macworld 2008?

  8. Ditto Carl (#5) – from dictionary.com: deserving of or causing an evil reputation; shamefully malign; detestable: an infamous deed.

    (I only know this due to calling a glacier infamous in a college report I wrote)

  9. Thank you Carl, Nick, and Chad for helping inform me of my typos and misuse of vocabulary. Thank you Kyle for posting the only typo or misuse of vocabulary that I care about. :)

  10. OMG. What font is that? Looks-ish like Helvetica Neue UltraLight….

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