Tuesday, October 04, 2005, 01:50 pm PT (04:50 pm ET)
Apple to hold special event on Oct 12 (image)Apple Computer will hold a special event next Wednesday to introduce a new form of product or service, AppleInsider has learned.
On Tuesday the iPod maker began distributing invitations to analysts and members of the media for a special event scheduled for 10:00 a.m. October 12 at the California Theater in San Jose.
The invitations simply read: "One more thing..."
In recent years, Apple chief executive Steve Jobs has used the phrase "One more thing..." to indicate a surprise product announcement towards the end of his keynote presentations.
In the invitations themselves, Apple provided no hints as to what announcements it plans to make. However, recent information suggests that Apple may be preparing to introduce a version of its iPod with video capabilities.
The special event will be the second held by Apple in less than five weeks. On September 7th the iPod maker dazzled the media with the introduction of its ultra-thin iPod nano.
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