Something is going to happen to iTunes tomorrow, only we don’t quite know what. Apple’s front door at Apple.com has the above graphic and nothing more:
Tomorrow is Just Another Day. That You’ll Never Forget. Check back here tomorrow for an exciting announcement from iTunes.
What could it mean?
Like any Apple teaser campaign, the fun is in the guessing, so let’s try. Perhaps Apple will be adding Tomorrow’s Just Another Day by Madness to the iTunes Store? Nope. It’s there already. Or perhaps we’ll be able to rent Gone With the Wind, which ends with that same line in both movie and book versions? I doubt it.
So that leaves iOS 4.2, which seems a little dull for such a big announcement.
My guess is an iTunes streaming service. We can already rent movies, so why not pay for an all-you-can-eat music subscription service, like the amazing Spotify we already have over in Europe? Apple has its giant data center, and although it doesn’t look finished, that doesn’t mean it isn’t fully armed and operational. Or maybe, just maybe, Apple has invented a new version of iTunes that doesn’t suck.
Whatever it is, it’s not a worldwide phenomenon. The clocks in the picture show cities in three countries, the U.S, Japan and England. All of these have the same teaser, but others don’t. Spain, for instance, still has that annoying full-page MacBook Air spot.
I guess we’ll see tomorrow.
Fuente: Gadget Lab