Answering your CES questions: Apple news
- January 6, 2008 9:14 PM |
- By Ian Johnson
By Peter Nowak, CBCNews.ca
CBCnews.ca's reporters covering the Consumer Electronics show (CES) in Las Vegas are letting you be the interviewer - ask us what you'd like to know about announcements or the buzz on the show floor, and our reporters will do their best to find out.
Andrew H. asked: After one of the biggest years for Apple, What is next for the iPod this year? Any brand new models, upgrades for the next-gen models, etc.?
Well Andrew, strangely enough, Apple is virtually the only major electronics maker with no presence at CES.
The company has always marched to its own tune, and as such will announce its product lineup next week at its annual Macworld convention in San Francisco. So stay tuned for Apple's big announcements to hit the news next week.
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