Along With Pre-Cut Ringtones, The Beatles to be introduced at next Media Event?

If you want a new ringtone for your iPhone, you are able to choose one of the built-in ringtones, or you can create a custom yourself. To create a custom ringtone, you have to find a song that you like and pay to be able to trim it to the length and at the time you want. Now though, reports are coming in that Apple may be planning to release pre-made ringtones for the upcoming 9th September media event. This is still rumor and speculation, but there is reason to believe that these rumors deserve mentioning, because of the fact that Apple recently obtained the rights to offer ready-made ringtones. According to our sources, the company is trying to make the new ringtones ready for the press event, but Apple personal have refused to comment. The pre-made ringtones will most likely be priced under $3.

Furthermore, as we all know; new iPods are to be introduced at the Keynote, and especially the iPod Touch and iPod Nano are highly believed to receive cameras. It’s all being setup for the yearly music event, which Apple has traditionally held over the recent years. But also, traditionally on Tuesdays and not on Wednesdays, which is the day the next event will take place. So discussion has of course risen and many analysts claim to know the reason for the change of day. Even though the event will be under the slogan “It’s only rock and roll, but we like it” which appeals to the Rolling Stones song called “It’s Only Rock ‘n’ Roll (But I Like It)” analysts think Apple will introduce the first ever music album by The Beatles in the iTunes Store. The claims are based on the fact that Apple is expected to release a new digital album cover codenamed “Cocktail” and that the 9th September is actually the same day The Beatles Remastered Digital Albums will be released (along with the Rock Band video game). What a coincidence…

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