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By Dan Moren for Macworld
Apple chooses its public actions very carefully, so often trying to suss out what it’s up to is a matter of reading between the lines. Because the actions that the company doesn’t take are almost as significant as the ones that it does.
While it hasn’t been an uneventful spring for Apple watchers so far, it’s been informative to see which products the company has been shipping, because they start to point the way towards the areas where Apple may instead be marshaling its forces ahead of some more significant moves.
With about six weeks to go before Apple kicks off its virtual Worldwide Developer Conference with its next big announcements, we’ve got a little bit of time before our latest crop of theories are put to the test.