Get ready to lay your eyes on Apple’s latest and greatest — including, perhaps, a new iPod Touch and a $99 Apple TV — next week, with Apple sending out guitar-decorated invites (hint, hint) for a September 1 "special event." The typically cryptic invitation (Engadget got its hands on one of them) doesn’t give away much in terms of detail, beyond the fact that the event will kick off at 10 a.m. Pacific at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco. But the guitar with an Apple logo carved in the middle leaves little doubt that we’ll be seeing a slew of music-focused announcements. Among the expected revelations: a new iPod Touch with dual cameras, FaceTime video chat, a higher-resolution display (hopefully the same "Retina Display" as on the new iPhone 4), and a souped-up A4 processor. There’s also been speculation that we might get an iPod — either a Nano or a Shuffle — with a tiny,1.7-inch touchscreen, and maybe even a 7-inch iPad (although I’m betting we won’t see any new iPads until later this year or early next). Last but not least, there’s heavy buzz about a revamped, pared down Apple TV, which (rumor has it) could run on a custom version of the iPhone OS, boast support for apps (like, hopefully, Netflix and Hulu Plus), pack in a small, 16GB flash-memory hard drive, and (most importantly) come with a $99 price tag. A flurry of new rumors also point to 99-cent TV show rentals, which you could stream over the new Apple TV, the iPad, or (maybe) the iPhone. And let’s not forget the perennial Beatles-coming-to-iTunes rumors (although Yoko Ono recently warned us not to "hold [our] breath"). Got any predictions for Apple’s event next week? Fire away below.[/p] Source Interesting to see what may be in the iPod touch this year since last year's did not have a camera.