It's buy-stuff-you-bought-once-before day today -- Xbox Arcade. But there's also an , and that means we're rummaging around in our drawers for the old crystal balls and hoping a few juicy prophecies spring forth.have been released, and Sega's classic Sonic & Knuckles retrogasm of a game was added to
So here's a bunch. It's an iPod touch with a built-in camera. On most MP3 players this would be an unusual addition, but it makes sense on the touch because of the apps available for it. There's a chance we could see a 64GB model too, perhaps with a faster processor like the iPhone 3GS., much like September event, and rumour has it there'll be a new
We don't expect the iPod nano will change much, but a new 32GB model is possible. More readily on our mind is the , which was cut down to just a single 120GB model last year. Some people believe the classic could be axed entirely, but we'd be enormously disappointed if it was. Apple needs to have a product that keeps media hoarders in its world, and as media hoarders inside Apple's ecosystem, we need the iPod classic.
On the software side of things there are two probable releases:with better app-management functionality for iPhone and iPod touch, and iPhone OS 3.1, which we is out in beta.
The Beatles on iTunes? Goodness knows. Our US colleague Greg Sandoval wrote on CNET UK's sister site CNET News that between Apple and the many companies in control of The Beatles' music. But the timing of the release of the group's remastered albums and their Rock Band video game on the same day as Apple's own music-focused event is certainly a head-scratcher. And it's no secret Steve Jobs is a huge Beatles fan.
So we put the question to you: what do you want to see tonight, and what are you expecting? Let us know in the comments, and don't miss our live coverage from the event,.