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Is Europe Getting a Better iPhone Next Week?

Time for the Apple Rumor Mill to Get Started Again
Get the rumor mills rollin'! Apple has sent out an invite to a September 18th press conference at the Regent street Apple store in London. There is no indication as to what the event could be about on the invitation itself -- only a cryptic headline, "Mum is no longer the word," graces the top. We'll take it upon ourselves to start the wild speculation.

Rumor number one, Beatles on iTunes.
Jobs keeps toying with us. We've been waiting oh, so patiently (and some of us not so patiently). London seems as good a place as any to announce this long-speculated news, but we feel like Apple would probably choose a bigger venue for this announcement.

Time for the Apple Rumor Mill to Get Started AgainRumor number two, movie rentals on iTunes.
There seems to have been a bit of a slip up and Apple accidentally uncorked its movie rental plans last week. No confirmation yet, but not much point in denying their desire to launch such a service.

Rumor number three, TV show price drop.
If, and this is a big if, Apple can get the studios on board for this price drop, then we may be getting our TV fixes on iTunes for a lot less by this time next week.

Rumor number four (and our favorite), iPhone goes 3G.
Our friends at Engadget think Apple will not only announce the iPhone for Europe, but it will run on Europe's high-speed 3G network, which is quite a bit faster than the Edge network that the iPhone runs on stateside. Will Americans revolt? Will they insist they, too, get high-speed iPhone data transmissions?

From Engadget

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