Another persistent rumor is that Apple may be looking to slay the cable companies by creating some kind of television subscription service. If that's true, then a natural device to carry those subscriptions would be Cupertino's "hobby" the Apple TV. And while they're at it, Apple might want to think about finally dropping a DVR into the set-top box.
This one is a little bit out of left field, but there are some relatively fresh rumors that Apple is looking to introduce a 22-inch touchscreen iMac. Again, it might be a little early in the year for an iMac refresh.
MacBook Pro Upgrade
In December, a Spanish-language site uncovered an internal e-mail offering of its Retail Edge program the chance to win two MacBook Pros with new during the month of January. MacRumors says the same e-mail was sent out in the United States and the United Kingdom. But Intel reportedly retracted the e-mail and said it offer HP laptops for the contest instead of MacBooks. Wired is betting this wasn't a misprint, but an accidental information leak, and that we'll be seeing refreshed MacBooks on Wednesday.
Those are our ten points for Apple's event on Wednesday, what are yours?