Apple Remains Silent About CES 2010 Plans
With MacWorld dead to Apple, speculation is high on where it might take its electronics announcements
Perhaps no other electronics company has been as successful as Apple at generating buzz for its new products over the past several years. Every major Apple conference is hotly anticipated as Apple’s admirers lust for new iPods, iPhones, Macs, and Apple software. For the most part, Apple has delivered, keeping its fans stoked.
However, one of its major launch platforms, MacWorld, is out of the picture for Apple. Apple made headlines early this year when it announced that its 2009 MacWorld appearance would be its last. The natural question that came next was — if Apple isn’t going to MacWorld, where is it going instead?
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