Jobs Leaked Keynote For Tomorrows WWDC

It looks like today's keynote by Steve Jobs might be available online as the outline of todays keynote presentation can be found on a German site. It looks like it could be the real thing...

Greetings
Sales figures and market share of the Macs
Apple net curtain:
new Retail store in Italy,
first store on European mainland,
new stores will open shortly, among other things Munich, Barcelona, Paris
iMac:
Core2Duo selling great!,
New Generation,
new Design, which follows itself to iPhone, partly brushed metal
even thinner,
Santa rosa chip set,
LED back light,
Sizes: 20 ? and 24 ?
Demo new iMacs... read more

Link: Tech Feed via Source (German)

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oh my, a leaked keynote, this definitly does not sound like a cheap stunt by Apple's marketing team to raise their hype and stock value.

iPhone@home sounds cool to me, I only really wanted the web browsing and email features in the iPhone anyway :p. I dont like monthly payments haha.

An obvious question is - why is it written in German? Surely the original was in English, if so, why hasn't that been posted?

Perhaps some German Apple Fan wrote out what they guessed the keynote would be and it got misunderstood...

eAi said,
An obvious question is - why is it written in German? Surely the original was in English, if so, why hasn't that been posted?

Perhaps some German Apple Fan wrote out what they guessed the keynote would be and it got misunderstood...


Because most Germans can't or refuse to speak English. Don't think for a second that when a German tourist visits Amsterdam he or she will ask me directions in English or Dutch, nope straightaway in German without asking if you speak the language in the first place. Most of them that is. :cheeky: ;)

And I believe the source is a German site, so if that's the case it would make sense. Or not. :cheeky:

That' s it, but there' s one more thing, new product iphone@home:
10 ? multitouch screen,
30 GB Flash memory,
iPhone user surface,
8 hours of battery,
no connections except dock Connector,
resemble functions as iPhone, except mobile phone, but iChat
integrated iSight
Demo iphone@home

Has to be bogus. iPhone@home ... with no phone function? Okaaaay

Jugalator said,
Pfft... Phone features on mobile phones are just sooo 2000.... :D

Back in 2001 I used to joke around with a friend that by 2010 we would be able to do about anything with our cell except calling.

haha that is so fake. It's just all the rumours in a single list with some added "realism" (by the first part of the text on sales numbers and store figures). Also lol @ iPhone@Home what a load of rubbish.

I agree iPhone@home sounds ridiculous, but if these are actual notes we're going to sound like idiots in about 7 hours

If it's fake, I think Neobond wrote it :P

I have my doubts as well. Apple is unable to deliver 17" MacBook Pros with LED baclit LCD screens, yet ( 17" ), 20" and 24" iMacs aren't a problem?

Nonetheless, I'm really really hoping for those new iMacs! :nuts:

It just sounds like a roundup of rumours with a touch of their own wants. Also, for a developers conference about Leopard, there isn't much Leopard stuff. Also, there are hardly any top secret features in that outline.

available in US Apple (without contract) and (with contract) net curtain, prices at&t

No contract? That will make people happy

That' s it, but there' s one more thing, new product iphone@home:
10 ? multitouch screen,
30 GB Flash memory,
iPhone user surface,

Does that sound like Microsoft Surfaces to anyone else?

No, it sounds like a tablet PC to me.

Surfaces is a large non-portable table-based system that relies on a large back projection system behind it.