Five Apple Rumors That Never Came True

Five Apple Rumors That Never Came True

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Taryn Williford
Dec 19, 2008

Every few months—like clockwork, set to the first sight of invitations to top-secret Apple publicity events—we start speculating about what's next from Apple. Rumors surrounded the most recent Apple show when SteveJobs teased that "It's all about the brick," leading the blogosphere to go nuts trying to figure out what 'the brick' was. (We did a post to showcase some of the better 'brick' rumors). But what about all the rumors from older events that were oh-so-false? Well, Edible Apple has rounded a handful up for you...

The Edible Apple list of the top 5 Apple rumors that never came true:


  • Super Bowl commercial to announce The Beatles arrival to iTunes with a special edition iPod

  • iPhone Nano

  • Justin Long to stop doing "I'm a Mac" ads

  • Apple to form its own Record Label with Jay Z

  • The $800 MacBook

Honorable Mentions:

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