Apple's silence on the subject must surely be construed as tacit confirmation that the much-rumoured but, as yet, entirely imaginary product is about to be launched. If not, shouldn't they break their silence and issue a firm denial now, before stumbling in and out of a disappointing September event, and watching their share price dip? Don't they owe that to the shareholders?
The First Post asked for my take on the subject. It's here.