A MacRumors reader ran across a very unusual .Mac web page yesterday and was kind enough to forward it on. The page contained promotional images for Apple products, including a couple that are not yet shipping products. Specifically, an aluminum MacBook with multitouch and an iMac-like MacBook Pro design were shown:
Typically, we might dismiss such images as some of the many speculative fan-made mockups floating around, but the web page also listed a valid "@apple.com" iTunes Store account and password. Due to the live account information listed, we are not linking directly to the site, but have provided some screenshots below.
The site also revealed a number of other details, including teasers for iTunes 8, a 32GB iPhone, and a WWDC launch date (June 10th). The amount of information included at this early date, especially on a publicly accessible site, makes it difficult to believe. However, the live @apple.com iTunes account is difficult to ignore.
Update: The images appear identical to previous user-submitted mockups making these unlikely to be legitimate, however, they were still inexplicably associated with an Apple-owned account.
Update 2: Apparently, you can sign up for any Apple ID you want if no one else has picked it (firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, etc...) and they don't require you to have control of that email.