Apple just confirmed that they will arrange a ‘special event’ on September 12 at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts at 10:00AM in San Francisco. And as you can see by the shadow on the image above it’s obvious that it’s the iPhone 5 event. Eight days to go!
Here’s a nice infographic featuring a summary of all the iPhone 5 rumors that are circulating. If you should summarize the summary you get the following:
Bigger screen – 97%
Unveiled on Sept.12 – 96%
New connector – 94%
Relocated jack – 94%
Support 4G/LTE – 92%
Available in Sept. – 89%
More powerful processor – 89%
New design – 89%
More RAM – 81%
New nano-SIM – 79%
Enhanced bluetooth – 72%
Better camera – 55%
NFC capabilities – 42%
Available in Oct. – 11%
Check out the full infographic here. [nowhereelse.fr]
A bunch of photos of a iPhone 5 prototype that looks authentic recently appeared in this Flickr gallery by ‘Chrisbrownie91. As mentioned earlier it’s a bit thinner, a bit longer and the back of the iPhone 5 has a nice matte finish. Check out the gallery inside.
This video popped up on several sites today and it says it’s a ‘world exclusive video’ of the new iPhone 5. It looks pretty fake to me but we will see the real thing in a couple of weeks – it might, just might, be the real deal. But I wonder why they didn’t turn it on if it was the real deal.
If you like photo apps for your iPhone you should check out this 1$ app called ‘Etchings’. It turns your photos into cool works of art with filters inspired by stamps, bills and old illustrations. You get great and nice results if you ask me – and you can of course easily share your art on Instagram, Facebook etc.
Many of us are lounging to get ahold of the new Macbook Pro with the new high resolution retina display. I tried one out myself yesterday and I loved it, but I’m waiting for the 13 inch model as prefer that size a bit more.
Here’s a couple of reviews of the new Macbook Pro Retina:
Well, we didn’t get a new iPhone 5 today, but at least we got a nice upgrade. The new iPhone 4s features a dual-core A5 chip for improved speed, a new 8 megapixel camera sensor with new optics (looks quite interesting this one!), full 1080p HD video recording and a new voice driven intelligent assistant. Read all about it after the break.