No Live Video Stream of “Let’s talk iPhone” Event from Apple
Later today Apple will unveil the iPhone 5 / 4S during “Let’s talk iPhone” event. According to a new report published by 9to5Mac Apple’s press contact person has confirmed that the company will not be offering a live video stream of the iPhone launch event.
It’s interesting to note that Apple is indeed offering a private live streaming of the vent to its Covent Garden retail store in London for European journalists. Apple in the past has offered live streaming of September iPod event and in October “Back to the Mac” event.
The Cupertino, California-based company will be announcing the fifth gen iPhone at its headquarters. The media event is expected to be made available for download after the event.
We have been reporting and discussing the possible features of the next-gen iPhone and it’s safe to say that it will include dual-core A5 processor, 8 megapixel camera, more RAM and “groundbreaking” voice control features.
We are also expecting the release of iOS 5 GM (Gold Master) seed to developers and the final version could ship within a week from today.
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