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iTunes Teaser Appears on Apple Website

David Gilbert


iTunes Teaser Appears on Apple Website

Is anyone else getting a little bit tired of all these ‘Big Announcements’ that are going to change our lives forever. “Nothing will be the same again” and so on. With Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook a few hours away from their latest big announcement at the Web 2.0 summit in San Francisco (check here later for the up to date info on that by the way), Apple have just changed its home page to the image below, teasing us all that something game changing is coming our way tomorrow in relation to iTunes.

“Tomorrow is just another day. You’ll never forget.” At least they’re not over selling it. We truly believe that everyone in the world will remember where they were at 3pm on November 16, 2010 when Apple announces its latest update to iTunes. It’s a moment in history up there with the shooting of JFK, man walking on the moon and the day Cantona jump kicked a Crystal Palace supporter.

From a Spotify-like streaming service, to apps for Apple TV or the iOS 4.2 update, Twitter and the blogosphere have been rife with speculation since Apple put the new homepage up on its site. We here at TrustedReviews want to have our say too. So, for what it’s worth, we believe Steve Jobs is going to announce that Apple is actually part of the Illuminati and has secretly installed mind control chips on all its devices and is now in a position to take over the world. (It’s as good a guess as any we reckon.)

Anyway of course TrustedReviews will be here to bring you all you need to know as it happens at 3pm tomorrow afternoon.

Update: Here's the latest from the Apple announcement.


November 15, 2010, 10:14 pm



November 15, 2010, 10:43 pm

Maybe they're going to announce that the next version of iTunes will get a 'watch folders' feature... (oink oink thud, there goes another one).


November 15, 2010, 11:10 pm

...any chance of a full Cocoa 64bit rewrite finally?


November 15, 2010, 11:16 pm


*US customers only.


November 15, 2010, 11:49 pm

"secretly installed mind control chips "- i believe they already hypnotised us all with their good looking product design so we wouldn't notice the crap they put inside and the high selling price attached to it and the fact they monitor everything we do with their devices by a little piece of simple to use software called ITUNES


November 15, 2010, 11:50 pm

I think the tagline will be something like

"Listen to your music. Anywhere. Everywhere." - My money would be that you can listen to your purchased music from any computer through a web based itunes.


November 16, 2010, 2:00 am

Drag & drop support please, so i'd never have to use that awful software ever again!


November 16, 2010, 2:00 am

An all new version of Mobile Me with all the same features as before, i.e. less than HTC's and WP7, but now at the great price of nothing*

* may cost £30 per annum in the UK.


November 16, 2010, 4:20 am

@ rdsh

That may make me stay with apple. At the mo, itunes is killing me, and heading toward HTC Desire.


November 16, 2010, 5:01 am

I think it's "the beatles" back catalogue is being added. Along with some updates. We shall see


November 16, 2010, 7:27 am

"we believe Steve Jobs is going to announce that Apple is actually part of the Illuminati and has secretly installed mind control chips on all its devices and is now in a position to take over the world."

I knew it! And they said I was mad as I smashed their iPad and iPhones...


November 16, 2010, 2:27 pm

@Darkspark88 - I think you're spot on. Was my first inclination when my Apple crazy buddy spotted it within minutes of Apple's site changing.

But then I think its a little underwhelming in my opinion. Only being allowed to listen to all your music anywhere doesn't do much for me. If it was that AND a Spotify type service for those tunes you dont have then things get interesting. If it was all of the above and perhaps streaming movies/video anywhere and everywhere then Id be hugely interested. Not long to wait I guess.


November 16, 2010, 2:27 pm

Maybe they will announce itunes 10.1 will be stable! It was the first version to give me trouble for a while. Seems OK since the 'final' 10.1 update.

TBH, I don't see what the big hate for itunes is .. it plays music, has access to the Store and keeps everything on the phone in sync. Not sure what else it needs to do. I disable ping etc ....


November 16, 2010, 4:26 pm

They're changing the iTunes icon back to the old one.

I said it first (seriously; check yesterday's twitter stream).

On another note, the easiest way to figure out what they might introduce next would probably be to check the most-wanted features that their competitors have, and decide which would be the easiest for them to re-package and claim they'd invented it.


November 16, 2010, 5:00 pm

According to the Times it is the Beatles catalogue becoming available on iTunes at last - hence the Another Day comment. How dull :(

David Gilbert

November 16, 2010, 5:07 pm

The Beatles are obviously part of the Illuminati also. It's so obvious it nearly doesn't need stating, does it?

Stewart Clark

November 16, 2010, 6:16 pm

If Apple anounced a cure for cancer then today would be a day I would remember. The Beatles on iTunes; who cares, not me.


November 16, 2010, 6:51 pm

@Stewart Clark - I know what you mean; all the fuss Apple generates seems insane when you consider what they are saying. Apple finally selling the Beatles on iTunes is a bit like a Greengrocer announcing that they are fianlly going to sell apples!

Only Jobs can get away with omitting really obvious features/content from Apple's offerring, then make it look like a life changing positive when they catch-up with the rest of the world!


November 16, 2010, 7:03 pm

You're all wrong. This announcement is going to change the world as we know it. Read the first two lines carefully.

Evidence A: "Tomorrow is another day" is clearly a Gone With the Wind reference.

Evidence B: "Never forget" was one of the slogans of the neo-Confederate movement.

Put it together, folks. The conclusion is obvious. Steve Jobs is going to announce that Apple will use its stash of money to fund a second secession of the Confederacy from the US.

('exciting announcement' is clearly just a typo for 'exiting announcement')


November 16, 2010, 7:58 pm


It's proably more like finally selling GM Apples and then charging more for them then Oragnic ones.

I can't understand what the big deal is anyway. We're not talking about a magic beans here. I'm pretty sure you can walk into any music retailer in the world and pick up the Beetles' back catalogue.


November 16, 2010, 8:20 pm

In full Adam Sandler in Wedding Singer mode - Well Whooopideedooo!

The Beatles it is. I love them but what a joke of an announcement!


November 16, 2010, 8:37 pm

One word - underwhelmed. Subscription music like Napster(-to-go)? No. A cloud version of iTunes? Nope. An upgrade to the CD ripping engine to make it comparable with DBPowerAmp for accuracy? No chance. The world's most overrated band has finally put the whole Apple vs Apple debacle behind them and seen that there's more money to be harvested by putting their turgid back catalogue of dreary middle of the road muzak on iTunes. Oh yes. Wow.

My all time favourite Beatles quote is from John Lennon. When asked if Ringo Starr was the best drummer in the world, he replied "he's not even the best drummer in the band".

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