NEW YORK, (TheStreet) -Apple (AAPL) - Get Report is set to unveil some new products Wednesday at a conference in San Francisco, and if history and the guitar art on the event invitation is any clue, the theme will be music.
Normally, Apple's annual late-summer/early fall hootenanny is a showcase for new versions of the iPod and iTunes, although two previous events included the introduction of Apple TV and its successor.
Like prior Apple events, there's a fair amount of speculation about what's in store. And given the heavy interest among investors, guessing what's up Steve Jobs' sleeve has become a favorite Wall Street pastime.
Here are the top five things you are likely to see from Apple Wednesday.
No. 5 -- A new Nano
BMO analysts say Apple shrunk the nano iPod so small it may have bumped the diminutive shuffle out of the lineup.
No. 4 -- New, cheaper MacBook Air
Sleek, expensive and stripped of a disk drive, the original Air was a total dud. There's room for improvement.
No. 3 -- An iPad sales update
The last number was 3 million; that was two months and nine countries ago.
No. 2 -- A new iPod Touch with camera
Long overdue, Apple finally puts a camera on the Touch.
No. 1 -- The big one more thing ... A second camera on the iPod Touch
Hello FaceTime video chats on the iPod Touch.
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