Apple has now made it official. The event this coming October 4, 2011 at the Infinite Loop, Cupertino CA Headquarters will soon end the different speculations regarding the rumors of the alleged next generation iPhone. The event will start at 10 a.m. Pacific Time.
This is the first time that the newly appointed CEO, Tim Cook, will deliver the presentation. Although some says Steve Jobs will also be present in the event. The topic is probably focused on iPhone, if you will base it in the invitation message “Let’s talk iPhone”, to media outlets for the said press conference.
There is no hint on what the next generation iPhone will look like but probably it will possess an upgraded 8-megapixel camera on the back and will sport a backlit sensor that will take high resolution photographs even in low-light conditions. It will also probably carry the iPad 2’s A5 chip which is nine time faster graphics and will surely leave behind the latest Android-powered phones.
The iOS 5 will go together with the next generation iPhone as stated by Steve Jobs last July. More features on the upcoming iOS 5 will be discussed in the event. Let’s all sit back and wait for October 4 and see what Apple will have for the tech community.
What do you expect on the next generation iPhone?