Kudos to 'chapmanmania' over on the Stuff forums for spotting a supposedly leaked draft of Steve Jobs' Macworld keynote speech due tomorrow.
If true, we can expect a 16GB iPhone, and the unveiling of Apple's iPhone SDK to open up the mobile to third-party software. Downloadable by iPhone or iTunes, it will cost from free to $6.99.
Meanwhile, the all-new MacBook will get an aluminium case, be just 20mm thick and have a 720p HD iSight cam. We can also say goodbye to the humble, non-DVD burning Combo drive on all models, including the Mac Mini, and iTunes will get direct access to YouTube.
All sounds plausible, but there's nothing there about several other rumours doing the rounds, including a multi-touch pad for the MacBook, a new Apple TV box and the announcement of that perennial favourite, the fabled MacBook Nano sub-notebook.
All will be revealed when Mr Jobs takes to the stage tomorrow.