Sep 13


Apple did not broadcast the iPhone 5 keynote live so for all the people that did not see the Media Event, Apple posted a video of the event on its website. In the video you can see an introduction of the iPhone 5, the new iPod Touch, the new iPod Nano, iOS 6 and the new iTunes. The video also should be available soon on Apple’s YouTube channel and in the iTunes Store. [Podcast links: Keynotes, Keynotes in HD, Keynotes in 1080p HD]

Sep 12


After Apple’s iPhone 5 Media Event, Apple posted a iPhone 5 promotion video on Apple.com giving us a look at look the development and manufacturing of the iPhone 5. In the video both Jony Ive and Bob Mansfield make appearances. Check out the video at Apple’s website here. » Apple Posts iPhone 5 Promotional Video

Sep 12

After Tim Cook’s usual talk about how Apple is doing, Phil Schiller took the stage to introduce the next generation iPhone. And as expected it’s called iPhone 5 and it looks just like the many leaked images we’ve seen the last couple of weeks. It’s 7.6 mm thick. That’s a thickness reduction of 18%. It’s also 20% lighter at just 112 grams. The iPhone 5 has a 4 inch retina display. This is the thinnest and lightest iPhone yet.

Much more after the break.

» September 12th Keynote: iPhone 5 and iOS 6

Sep 11


Michael Rou got his hands on both a pre-production iPhone 5 case and a pre-production iPad mini case and posted comparison photos on Flickr. The iPhone 5 and iPad mini cases you see in the picture above are based on leaked specs coming out of Foxconn factories. » iPad, iPad Mini, iPhone 4S and iPhone 5 “Cases” Compared

Sep 08


With only 4 days to go till the “iPhone 5” Media Event, Apple started decorating the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts with its typical banners to indicate the upcoming event. MacStories took some nice photos of the Yerba Buena Center  where Apple will hold their Media Event on the 12th of September starting at 10 AM PST. Take a look after the break for more photos. » Apple Prepares Yerba Buena Center For “iPhone 5” Media Event [photos]

Sep 07


9to5mac posted some photos of San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center that indicate that Apple is already preparing for its September 12th iPhone 5 media event. “While it appears that the exterior banners will be going up tomorrow (based on Cherry Pickers being prepped outside the front), Apple has already put up its logos inside of Yerba Buena.» Apple Starts Prepping Yerba Buena Center for iPhone 5 Event Next Week

Sep 06


iLounge reported that Apple will be the “exclusive initial supplier” for the new Dock Connector Adapter that will allow the next-generation iPhone to be used with older 30-pin Dock Connectors, which they reportedly will sell for $10 each or $29 for three. » Apple Will Be Sole Maker of iPhone 5 Dock Connector Adapters

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