Skip to comments.Apple Issues Invitations for Media Event on September 12 (new iPhone 5)
Posted on 09/04/2012 10:37:51 AM PDT by RayChuang88
The Loop reports that Apple has just sent out invitations for a media event scheduled for next week Wednesday, September 12. The event will be held at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco and is scheduled to begin at 10:00 AM Pacific / 1:00 PM Eastern. The tagline on the invitation is simply "It's almost here."
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This confirms that the new iPhone will be called iPhone 5. This will likely the cellphone I've wanted to get (mostly because access to the gigantic iPod/iPhone/iPad ecosystem).
More overpriced hi-tech toys for our walking digital zombie society.
Wow! And it’s likely to be a 4G phone at that! Truly Apple is the innovativest company ever!
If the rumors of its design are true, then the iPhone 5 will likely be one of the smallest LTE-enabled cellphones every made, considering that holding a Samsung Galaxy SII or SIII is almost like holding a small tablet.
The S3 is about as large as I'd want to go in a phone, but since I use it as a computer and not a phone 9 times out of 10, it's definitely worth it.
I have a Galaxy S3 myself. I don’t think I’d step back to something the size of an iPhone, but it’s not even about the size, it’s the purposeful hobbling. Only Apple can get away with being a generation or two behind on technology and be touted as “cutting edge”.
“considering that holding a Samsung Galaxy SII or SIII is almost like holding a small tablet.”
Obsolete on September 14. Eh, I’m waiting for iPhone 7!
Sorry, but I disagree. Went from a DroidX to my iPhone 4. Bigger is not always better. Ifi need the screen real estate, that what my iPad is for...
But here it is, late 2012, and you still don’t have 4G. Pretty lame, Apple, pretty lame.
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