Apple is planning a "big" media event in late January, according to Fox News.
Its sources back up last week's claim by the Financial Times of a 26th January event at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco.
What's more, Fox News claims that the event will definitely "focus on the mobility space", which it takes as a clear indication of the imminent unveiling of Apple's tablet device - which other recent reports suggest will be called iSlate.
It's all still rumour and speculation, of course. Apple hasn't sent out invites for any event, nor has it ever confirmed publicly that it's even working on a tablet.
That hasn't stopped analysts making their predictions for the device's price and likely sales volume, even if they can't quite agree on the figures.

Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster thinks the iSlate will cost around $600, and may sell 1.4 million units in 2010.
"We expect the tablet to be driven by a new version of Apple’s iPhone OS that runs a new category of larger apps alongside all the current apps from the App Store," he wrote in a research note.
However, Macquarie analyst Phil Cusick has penned his own research note suggesting that the tablet will sell for around $800, and may sell between three and five million units in 2010.