While it is unlikely that any new product will be announced, previous such town halls were assembled by Steve Jobs on similar short notice, and mainly consisted of patting on the back and poking fun at competitors.
Apple, which made over $13 billion in 13 weeks last quarter, has all the rights to do so, and employees who are not able to join the gang on the premises, can tune into the internal AppleWeb network and watch it live. Here's the full text of Tim Cook's email to the troops:
Thanks to everyone’s hard work, we’re off to a great start in 2012. Last week in New York we launched a groundbreaking initiative for education with iBooks textbooks, and today we reported the strongest quarter in Apple’s history.Please join me tomorrow morning at 10 a.m. in Town Hall. We’ll review our record-setting results and discuss some exciting new things going on at Apple.The meeting will be broadcast live to many sites in Cupertino and other Apple locations. Please check AppleWeb for details.