Something is Coming... [Updated]

A few more notes:

- MacBidouille's readers had posted on their forums regarding new boxes from Apple that had arrived at a FNAC -- a computer/department story in France with instructions not to open before Monday, June 23rd. The post claims two box sizes... one which is speculated to be laptop sized, while the other is described as much larger. Speculation and discussion are ongoing in this Page 2 thread.

Interestingly enough, Apple Stores are also receiving palettes this week which are not to be opened until Monday afternoon (June 23rd). These reports indicate that at least some new products with immediate availability after WWDC's opening day. It is unknown if there is the same sizes as described by MacBidouille's readers.

- Mac-TV.de claims that Apple Germany has stated that there will be no web-stream of the event.

- The invitation for the German Apple Broadcast event hypes WWDC further (updated translation by Stike):



    Discover the Future with the Apple

    Apple Germany invites you to a breathtaking event in the heart of Europe.

    Watch the keynote of Steve Jobs from the WWDC in San Francisco via satellite.

    For Audio, Video, Publishing and Mediaprofessionals will it be an unforgettable event. News will await you, which will top all your previous expectations on speed.

    Be ready for a new age of computing on 23.06.2003 starting 6 pm.

(Please note that this is an invite-only event)

[Update: Translation corrected]

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