Apple Magic Trackpad: WWDC 2010 Keynote?

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You can always count on Daring Fireball to come up with some gems when it comes to Apple news, John Gruber has a list of devices that he thinks could get a mention at the WWDC 2010 today – one of those items is the Apple Magic Trackpad. This does make sense; we know how Apple loves touch input.

We have known about this device for a while now but seems to have gotten lost with all the iPhone 4G / HD news. We know that most of what we hear will never launch when we expect it to be, but we sure hope Steve Jobs or one of the team does announce this ultimate accessories for Apple computer users wanting a bit more interaction with their devices.

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Joshua Topolsky from Engadget explains that the Apple Magic Trackpad will connect to your computer via Bluetooth, and looks a lot like a smaller version of the slim Mac keyboard, but without the keys. Apple have taken all of its touch technology used on the iPhone, iPod Touch and iPad and packed it in a device that will benefit desktop users.

With just hours to go until the Worldwide Developers Conference 2010 keynote, all questions will be answered – let us hope that Jobs does not let us down. Get live WWDC 2010 Keynote times and coverage here