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Watching the progression from iMac to iPhone will leave every Apple junkie wondering…what’s next?

And yes, I’m definitely one of those proud junkies.

However, even I have to admit that this video, put together by the guys at MacLife, had me giggling at first with the wild applause bestowed upon the bubbly, candy-colored iBook.

But watching the evolution of that to the Air, which was ceremoniously pulled out of a manila envelope to oohs and aahs for its public introduction, is pretty cool.

As is the procession of the first bulky iPod to the iPod Touch, which I am lovingly cradling in my lap as I type.

With the rumors about the Tablet announcement in January spreading for months now, I’m wondering if Mr. Jobs has “one more thing” he’s not letting us in on just yet.

About The Author

Michelle Schusterman

Michelle is a musician, writer, and teacher just trying to see the world while doing what she loves for a living. She's taught ESL in Salvador, Brazil and kindergarten in Suwon, Korea, and now she's a full-time freelance writer living in Seattle (just to keep the city alliteration going). She'll try pretty much any food once and believes coffee is its own food group.

  • http://pregtest.net Pamela

    gotta run now, bbl

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