As Eddy Cue just announced, iOS 6 will be available to us all next Wednesday — two days before the iPhone 5 release. Other than a few tweaks and a couple of extra features, iOS 6 isn’t really much of an improvement on iOS 5. Some new features include Siri support for the new iPad, a new improved Maps app, and the new Passbook app.
So just a few minutes ago we saw Apple’s Phil Schiller officially unveil the iPhone 5. At just 112g and 7.6mm, the iPhone 5 is Apple’s thinnest and lightest iPhone yet. As a lot of us predicted, the iPhone 5 features a larger 4″ display with a 1136 x 640 resolution, as well as 326 ppi — just like the 4 and 4S. On top of that there’s a new, smaller dock.
Tomorrow is September 12th. And you all know what that means — Apple will be announcing it’s iPhone 5 in about 24 hours time. We all know that Apple doesn’t start accepting pre-orders on their new products on the day they are announced, so for those of you hoping to pre-order the iPhone 5 tomorrow, you’ll probably end up being disappointed. According to a.
The Nokia Lumia 920’s, mid-range equivalent was announced at Nokia’s gala this morning, and for those looking for a budget-friendly smartphone running Windows phone 8, this could be the one for you. Built with Nokia’s signature polycarbonate unibody, the Lumia 820 comes with an impressive 4.3-inch ClearBlack display, an 8-megapixel camera with a Carl Zeiss lens, wireless.
This may come as no surprise to you, but just as the rumors predicted, Apple have finally revealed that it will be unveiling it’s next generation iPhone next Wednesday, September 12th. The event will be held at 10:00 AM PDT or 12/11 CDT. For those of you in the UK, the event is at 6pm BDT. I’m about 99.99% sure that the phone will be called the iPhone 5, and this I’m pretty.