Although Apple's WWDC will be showcasing Mac OS X 10.7 'Lion', iOS 5.0 and perhaps even an iPhone 4S or iPhone 5, it could instead also see OS X Lion roaring into life early, unleashing what could be a powerful boost to sales of Apple's Mac computers.
It's not just Apple setting sales records with its iDevices, but Samsung too, which says it has sold over 1m Galaxy S II models over the course of one month, handily beating the previous record.
With Mac OS X 10.7 Lion and iOS 5 expected to be the main attractions at Apple's upcoming WWDC in San Francisco, expectations by some that the iPhone 4S or iPhone 5 will also appear are being doused by another cruncher from a different bunch.
With reports suggesting an official white iPhone 4 due to launch sometime this month, and Apple previously saying it would launch in the US 'spring', some wonder whether the supposed white iPhone 4 will really be an iPhone 5 instead.
Pundits are divided over the question of when Apple's next iPhone model will be launched.
With only hours to go before Apple launches the iPad 2, plenty of unanswered questions await their destiny, including what may be the most intriguing pre-launch question of them all: will Steve Jobs at all be doing the do and launching himself the iPad 2?
Nintendo has taken to the third dimension to get the upper hand over Apple, Google and Sony, with Apple having had incredible success turning iOS into an iMazing gaming platform, Android quickly catching up and Sony soon to release a touch-enabled PSP2 - but with Nintendo the biggest player in 3D.
Android OS 2.4, code named Ice Cream, is the successor to relatively recently released Android OS 'Gingerbread' 2.3, and it's due to land at Barcelona's annual Mobile World Congress (MWC) next week on ViewSonic's new Android smartphone, the Viewpad 4.
Apple's jobs site, which is not an eponymous reference to its co-founder and CEO, Steve Jobs, is advertising job openings for a future Apple Store in the western Sydney suburb of Penrith - but do panthers eat apples?
A Sky News article has quoted an SMH article quoting Netgear's global CEO, Patrick Lo, who went so low as to take jabs at the lain-low Steve Jobs, while seemingly predicting doom for the iPhone at the hands of the Android.
As predicted by all and sundry, Verizon has finally been granted access to the iPhone 4, but questions still remain.
With the iPad copying the iPhone through the use of an oleophobic screen that still is sadly not impervious to fingerprints, is Apple on the verge of delivering a much more smudge proof solution which some say is similar to that from Amazon's Kindle?
With all the talk of a USB port finally being made available on the iPad 2, along with talk that a Verizon iPhone is due by Feb 14 2011, will the next gen iPads and iPhones come with different types of USB ports?
If the latest report from Digitimes is to be believed, the iPad's current set of two connectivity flavours will expand with the iPad 2 into three, with the most expensive model to offer them all for a truly world-class tablet with world-class connectivity.
So much is still not known about the iPad 2, but plenty is being guessed at by the world's iPrognosticators, all of whom have specific things they want to see, but whether Steve Jobs will let them be is still an unknown unknown.
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