NEW YORK -- Cingular Wireless is expected to be the service provider for a new Apple Computer Inc. cellphone, according to a published report.
The new phone and service could be unveiled as early as today, The Wall Street Journal reported on its website last night, citing unnamed people familiar with the situation.
The Associated Press left a message seeking comment for Apple spokesman Steve Dowling. Cingular representatives could not be reached for comment.
Apple chief executive Steve Jobs is expected to reveal at least one revolutionary product during his keynote speech at the Macworld Conference & Expo in San Francisco. Speculation has focused mainly on an Apple cellphone , which some are calling iPhone, and iTV, a set-top box that allows people to send video from their computers to their TVs .
Cingular, a unit of AT&T Inc., launched an Apple-related phone and MP3 player, called ROKR, in 2005.