Well, tomorrow’s Macworld Expo should be exciting. According to ThinkSecret’s article from today, Apple announcements could include any of the following:

  • New portables of some flavor, probably including Intel processors
  • The Mac mini “refashioned as the centerpiece of the digital hub” of the home
  • Feature length pay-per-view streaming film downloads via iTunes and .Mac
  • Revs to iLife suite applications
  • Apple Plasma TVs

Steve’s keynote tomorrow will not be webcast live, but MacDailyNews is going to have a live text-based update page from the convention center. I’d expect an archived video of the keynote to be posted to the web later in the day. (My guess is confirmed.)

I would put my money regarding tomorrow’s announcements on a new iBook tablet laptop, and a small, relatively inexpensive device that will stream iTunes music and videos from your home computer to your TV. I would expect the device would handle HD quality too, not just NTSC or even DVD quality.

More speculations are available from Yahoo Business. Apple had a big impact at the CES last week apparently, even though Steve Jobs wasn’t there!

It will be an exciting day to watch the web for news tomorrow! MacNN has a pre-show photo gallery already online, I know more photos will be coming tomorrow! Thanks to my Mac-insider cousin Devin Henley for the links and scoops! 🙂

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