Finally the wait is over and Apple officially unveils it iPhone 4S at its Lets Talk iPhone event at Cupertino campus. The announcement was made by none other than the new CEO Tim Cook himself.
Just before one day of the event, Apple has put up banners outside Town Hall Auditorium at Cupertino. The image on the banner is the one used while sending out invites for October 4 Media Event at Cupertino.
October 4 is very close when Apple would be finally holding its media event at its Cupertino campus. Signs of Apple’s preparation for the D-Day have started showing up.
Apple is hosting a media event on October 4 to announce iPhone 5. In a surprise move Apple has decided to hold the event at its Cupertino Campus breaking its long-standing tradition of having such events at San Francisco. The news came from AllThingsD:
It looks like the reports regarding the announcements of iPhone 5 on october 4th were actually quite authentic, since there is more evidence to support the release of iPhone 5 in the second week of october.
After weeks of speculations and rumors regarding release of iPhone 5, we finally have the date for Apple’s media event where iPhone 5 will be eventually made public. According to AllThingsD, the date is October 4.
A white iPhone 4S is apparently on its way as an image of AT&T’s internal system displayed. The image appeared on the popular website Engadget where the white iPhone 4S appears under a number of other iPhone models.
Amid all kinds of wild rumors regarding iPhone 5’s possible new wider and thinner shape as well as its release date, we have another one confirming an exact release date.
With the expected launch date of Apple’s iPhone 5 drawing closer, more leaked documents keep pouring in only to confirm the news that iPhone 5 would actually be coming to Sprint in October.
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