New Apple Products, Including Magic Mice and Desktop Multi-touch Tomorrow?

According to Daring Fireball, Apple is set to introduce new products tomorrow morning, including:

Redesigned Plastic MacBooks, Redesigned (‘Impressive’) iMacs, Updated Minis (Including One That Ships With Mac OS X Server), the Multi-Touch Magic Mouse, and, as the Wildcard I’m-Not-Sure-I-Really-Believe-It-Myself Out-There Rumor, Maybe Even Some Sort of Mentioned-Nowhere-Else-But-in-This-Very-Headline Multi-Touch Trackpad Gadget for Desktop Macs

Last year, Apple held a special event, Spotlight Turns to Notebooks, to debut their last before-the-holidays offerings. Would they just dump so much new, and frankly interesting, products tomorrow morning without benefit of stage or keynote? Sure, but we'd be lying if we said we wouldn't prefer the song and dance to go with them.

TiPb will cover whatever does get released, however it gets released, mainly as it pertains to anything that looks to have cross-over with iPhone technology like the "multi-touch trackpad" (why not just make an official Apple Mac trackpad app for the iPhone and iPod touch?)

Keep your eyes peeled for the Apple Online Store going down...

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Rene Ritchie

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New Apple Products, Including Magic Mice and Desktop Multi-touch Tomorrow?


And their light peak thing? Otherwise they can't make the MacBook pros any thinner without dropping the Ethernet port

How about a decent pair of Bluetooth headphones? It seems no one can make a pair that works 100% with the iPhone.
I like the Sony Ericcson IS800 for form factor, but I guess those have 0 functionality with the iPhone (including adjusting the volume). Come on Apple, make a good pair of BT headphones for us.

Looks like the infamous "We'll be back soon" page is up on the apple store. Can't wait to see what awaits...