Create Your Own Apple Rumor!

macrumor.jpgOften time our readers ask where we (and others) get Apple rumors from.

We have decided to share our ultimate weapon – the ‘Create your own Apple Rumor’ Chart.

You too can be an “inside source” with this amazing new handy dandy Apple Rumor creation tool.

You can use the chart to create top notch and completely trust worthy rumors…and if you’re too lazy to put the thing together yourself, you can simply click a link at the bottom of the page to generate your own brand-spankin’ new Apple Rumor.

Click Here to try it out

(BTW – we present this with tongue pressed firmly in cheek)

Comments

  1. phil says

    hilarious 😀 and the random function works frighteningly well, too:

    “An anonymous tipster has advised us to expect a Redesigned Macbook in the Second Quarter 2007″

    it sounds so real!

  2. Mrad says

    Ha! Good stuff. That’ll keep some folks entertained for awhile. Hell, some might actually appear on some rumor sites…

  3. David says

    A confirmed source has confirmed earlier resports that we will see a 16 Core Mac Mini and Widescreen iPod Shuffle in Second Quarter 2007. I don’t think that will happen.

  4. HaHaRich says

    So THIS is where macosxrumors.com gets their print copy. They must have signed up for the Pro version that randomly throws up executive names, excuses for delays, and a “favorites” system that reciprocally references previously generated rumors, like the tablet they’ve been yammering on about for the last 5 years.

  5. Tom Swinney says

    Create your own Apple Rumors is good stuff. Would be more fun if it really worked and I could create my own. At least the lazy random option works. 😉

  6. says

    That’s great. Lol!
    I bet, that you had to put that ‘tongue in cheek’ comment at the end, because – no doubt – there will be some people who take this seriously.
    I bet some people even thought this was a great tool they could use for their blog. Seriously – there are actually people out there like that.
    Now, you need to develop a Microsoft one. That one might be easier to do though… you just need to throw in some totalitarian stories from history and change the names and places. Should work. And probably be highly reliable too! (Said with tongue firmly placed in cheek.)

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