Macworld ’08 Banners Read: ‘There’s something in the air’, But What?

January 12, 2008 at 4:43 pm Leave a comment

     Several ambiguous Apple banners have been erected around San Francisco’s Moscone Center, the venue for MacWorld 2008 which will start on Jan. 14th. The banners which read ‘There’s something in the air’ could be a reference to inclusion of WiMax Mobile standard in future Apple notebooks, says Valleywag. Apple may be about to announce its support for Intel’s WiMax Mobile chipset along with Lenovo and Toshiba which have already declared their support. Or perhaps the banners are just a reference to wireless media transfer between your Mac and iPhone.

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D.S.

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