Apple’s ‘talking iPhone’ event is confirmed for October 4

Well it’s official, Apple has confirmed it’s plans to hold the iPhone 5 launch event on October 4 and the company’s brand new CEO, Tim Cook, will host a special media event at Apple’s Cupertino, Calif. campus.

The invitations are being distributed to selected members of the press, with the event set to begin at 10am PT that day. I hope I get mine in the mail today ha ha…

From what I have heard the event invitation will show four iPhone icons:

Starting from left to right in a clockwise direction the icons are: the calendar icon (which og course is set to Tuesday October 4), the clock (set to 10am, this will be PST); the phone icon (set to “1″, which may well suggest one call, or one phone) and the place, this time depicted in a Maps icon. At bottom, the invitation reads, “Let’s talk iPhone”.

How clever…

Notably, the invitation does not suggest a plurality of phones.

Should this turn out to mark launch of the new iPhone 5, the device is expected to host the same A5 processor as the iPad 2, which will deliver excellent improvements in both graphics and processing power.

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The Apple A5 Chip

You can also expect it to be equipped with more RAM, an 8-megapixel camera and combined support for both GSM and CDMA networks, so you should be able to use the same smartphone on both Verizon and AT&T’s (and also, in future, Sprint) networks. Finialy spreading the wealth a bit.

iPhone 5 may also support some interesting new iOS 5 features (click here on IOS 5 to see what I wrote about on this) where , including a new virtual assistant technology which exploits technologies from Apple’s Siri acquisition and also new features licensed from the world’s leading voice recognition software developer, Nuance.

Apple last week set the scene for launch of iOS 5, when it confirmed plans to reset iTunes Match and iCloud beta accounts. This suggests iOS 5 could ship on the announcement day with devices set to hit channel in mid-October in the US and later in international markets.

In related news, Apple has also recently seeded an all-new, iCloud-supporting beta test of the next iteration of OS X 10.7 (Lion). I will write more on this later.

With the focus on the iPhone this Christmas, Apple is reportedly hoping to shift 26 million iPhones in the next quarter.

I bet my daughter will what to upgrade her Iphone 4 as soon as possible.


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