I’m a little late on posting this, I know, but I’ve spent the day researching this odd announcement. In case you haven’t checked it out, Apple homepage is now devoted to a teaser message stating that: “Tomorrow is just another day. That you’ll never forget. Check back here tomorrow for an exciting announcement from iTunes.” […]
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Apple Posts 'Exciting' iTunes Announcement Teaser on Front Page

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I’m a little late on posting this, I know, but I’ve spent the day researching this odd announcement. In case you haven’t checked it out, Apple homepage is now devoted to a teaser message stating that:

“Tomorrow is just another day. That you’ll never forget. Check back here tomorrow for an exciting announcement from iTunes.”

Of course, there are no hints at what the announcement might be. However, several other sites have done some digging around. Some suspect that this might be the announcement of Apple’s much rumored “cloud-based iTunes” or an iTunes streaming service. I don’t buy it. The other hypothesis being floated is that Apple has finally struck a deal, and then entire Beatles catalog will be available for sale on iTunes. This sounds more likely to me, and here’s why. If it were Apple’s iTunes streaming service or something of that nature, Apple would be holding an event to demo it. Apple holds events to introduce new products and services. Now, Apple may announce a new deal without an event. The Beatles coming to iTunes might be just such a deal.

Some websites are even pointing out that the clocks on Apple’s homepage vaguely resemble The Beatles “Help” album. I personally don’t read too much into it.

So, if I was a betting man, I would bet a ham sandwich that Apple introduces a “cloud-based” iTunes initiative, or something of the sort. I would wager far more on the fact that The Beatles are coming to iTunes tomorrow.

In fact, both the Wall Street Journal, and The New York Times are claiming just that: The Beatles are finally coming to iTunes.

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