Looks like Wednesday, September 9 might just be this year's date for Apple's annual iPod and iTunes event, where it's widely expected we'll see the third generation iPod touch (with video camera?), iTunes 9 (with Blu-Ray and "social" integration?), as well as other refreshes to Apple's music-themed lineup.
Now, TiPb thought it would be September 8, because Apple almost always drops product on Tuesdays, like last year's Let's Rock event (and it still might this year, the above is only a rumor from a source), but we're not going to read anything into it if it is a Wednesday this time around either.
All Things Digital also says, however, there's one big ticked item we won't be seeing:
The event will be held in San Francisco–most likely at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, where it has occurred in years past–and is expected to showcase upgrades to the iPod line and an update to iTunes that may involve some sort of social element. Our sources insist it will not involve any discussion whatsoever of the tablet Apple is reportedly developing.
Still remaining, however, is the other great unknown -- will Steve Jobs take the stage once again, or leave things to the Tim Cook/Phil Schiller/Greg Jozwiak team that filled in during his leave of absence earlier in the year?