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Bloomberg is reporting that Apple will launch a new version of Apple TV at tomorrow’s press event, packing built-in support for Netflix movie streaming. A Netflix subscription will still be required, according to Bloomberg’s anonymous insiders. We’ll find out soon. [Bloomberg Businessweek]
Apple has finally made their September event official, and it’s coming sooner than many expected – the “special event” will be held on September 1 in San Francisco, and from the look of things it’s going to involve music.
Apple’s yearly event is “definitely happening”, according to AllThingsD, and mid-September is seeming like an increasingly likely time for that event to happen. Reading the tea leaves, it seems like iPod Touches and AppleTVs will be the focus.