According to AllThingsD, Apple’s big iPhone event will happen on September 10, six days after IFA, where the Galaxy Note 3 and Sony Honami are expected to be released.
Apple’s profits have been soaring, but for the past year there has been a black cloud over whether the company is still innovative in the post-Jobs era. The questions started to bubble after CEO Tim Cook announced no new innovative products coming this year, although he did hint at some new products in 2014.
With this iPhone event, it is likely Apple will release the iPhone and new low-cost iPhone, as well as the new iOS7 to all iPhone 5, 4S and 4 users. The new iOS is the most exciting product coming to launch, with a full redesign of every icon, app and a complete new take on the OS.
Both the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C will run iOS7 and will come with almost every feature the software suite has to offer. Both will be sold in all markets, with the iPhone 5C acting as the low-cost iPhone, allowing Apple to discontinue the two year old iPhone.
Basically the iPhone 5C will become the iPhone 4 right now, the cheapest version of the smartphone available worldwide. This is Apple’s move against Android and BlackBerry, who currently dominate the developing markets.
As for the iPhone 5S, we are likely to see the same design and display as the iPhone 5, with the same A6 processor. With the new multitasking feature in iOS7, Apple may add 2GB of RAM instead of 1GB, to keep things running smooth.
The iPhone 5S is set to have a 12MP camera with dual-LED flash and a fingerprint sensor. Currently, some believe this will be a software program, others believe the fingerprint sensor could be embedded to the home button.
Apple may send out press invites within the next few weeks, they always like to keep everyone on edge about events.
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