AllthingsD is reporting that Apple’s Fall iEvent will be happening toward the middle of the month this year rather than the beginning of September like year’s past.

According to several sources and as has been widely expected, Apple will once again be holding its annual special event, possibly closer to mid-September this time.

Having a glance at the calendar, it appears that Tuesday, September 14th would appear to be a pretty good time for an event, though Apple has been known to do them on Wednesdays as well.

So what will we see?  iTunes in the Cloud?  Micro-Nanos?  No More iPod Classic and Shuffle?  iTV?  iPod touch with Retina and cameras?  What else?

 

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