ï¿¼ An update of the iPod touch. Expect the iPhone-without-a-phone to possibly add a GPS. It would be nice if Apple gave it 802.11n, but don't hold your breath. It may also have more storage, and of course, new colors.
ï¿¼ An update of the iPod nano, with a larger screen, and possibly a touch screen.
ï¿¼ iTunes 8, with support for higher-definition television shows and movies, and new tools for making smart playlists based on pairing songs that go well together.
ï¿¼ An update of the entry-level MacBook notebook, with an aluminum case that looks more like the MacBook Air.
ï¿¼ The release of Mac OS X 10.5.5, which will have bug fixes and support for the next devices.
ï¿¼ Price cuts, speed jumps and more storage in existing iMac and MacBook Pro models.
ï¿¼ Firmware 2.0.3 for the iPhone and iPod touch, which will continue to address reliability problems, but which won't add significant new features.
ï¿¼ A subscription-based pricing model for the iTunes store: a flat monthly charge gives you access to their entire library.
ï¿¼ An agreement with AT&T to allow "tethering" for the iPhone 3G, so that it can act as a modem for desktop/notebook computers.
ï¿¼ More colors for the iPhone 3G, such as a "Product Red" version.
ï¿¼ Safari 4, an update to Apple's Web browser. Not very likely:
ï¿¼ Updates to the iPhone 3G firmware which will give it often-requested features like cut/copy/paste and turn-by-turn GPS driving directions.
ï¿¼ New external Cinema Displays which have iSight cameras.
ï¿¼ A major update to Apple TV, Time Capsule and other peripherals.
ï¿¼ A major update to the Mac Pro and Mac Mini desktops.
ï¿¼ Anything at all for the Xserve servers, which Apple basically ignores.
What do you think?