Digital Daily reports on a rumor that WWDC may see a web based version of iTunes along with a Mac refresh.
In an inspired bit of entrail reading this morning, Kaufman Bros. analyst Shaw Wu says Apple (AAPL) may have a libretto of big WWDC announcements. “Other announcements we are picking up that could potentially be made are iTunes.com, a web-based version of its iTunes client, and new Mac refreshes with faster processors and graphics, namely the Mac Pro and MacBook Air, which were last refreshed in March and June 2009, respectively,” he wrote in a note to clients this morning.
Shaw Wu doesn’t have the greatest track record when it comes to Apple, so take this with a grain of salt. Based on no evidence whatsoever, we don’t envision Apple using WWDC to announce a Mac refresh when they have so much iPhone ground to cover. Now as for a web based version of iTunes.. well that’s something we can definitely get behind.