CBS News Correspondent Science and Technology correspondent Daniel Sieberg points out that no one can even officially confirm it exists, but that hasn’t stopped the rumor mill frenzy. It may even have fueled it.
“Not everyone is convinced. “This is really kind of the old model, where you pay a subscription and you’ll get the content on a device,” says TwitTV tech host Leo LaPorte. “It’ll be sexier, it’ll be snazzier. It’ll have audio and video and probably be dancing and moving. But it’s still that same model.”
LaPorte says Apple “could have a huge dud here. This could be the flop of the century. But Steve’s (Jobs’) history is pretty good, so we expect big things.”