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Apple teases unforgettable iTunes announcement - Updated

16 Nov 10

Notice anything missing over the weekend? Yep, that rumoured launch of iOS 4.2 never did happen, did it?

But Apple is now teasing us with a new iTunes announcement that we’ll never forget.

A not-very cryptic message, promising an “exciting announcement from iTunes”, has taken over the iTunes homepage.

The announcement is due to be made in California on Tuesday, November 16th at 7:00 am, which is about 4:00am on Wednesday morning for us.

The Beatles back catalogue going live or iTunes streaming from the cloud seem to be the internet's best guesses so far.

Either way, check back tomorrow for the announcement.

Update: Apple's 'unforgettable iTunes announcement' looks to be out of the bag... and it's The Beatles. Did you guess right?

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