Apple's Big iPhone Event: What to Expect?
Posted: September 10, 2013 by Emily Brown
We are just few hours away from Apple's big event that should "brighten everyone's day." According to the company, they will unveil Apple's latest gadgets, i.e., iPhones (yup, plural) and the world's most advanced mobile OS to date, iOS 7. But our guesses are that they will also deliver at least one or two surprises.
Now let's cut a long story short, here's what the Cupertino tech giant may have up its sleeve….
As we have already revealed, the much-talked about iPhone 5S will come with great improvements regarding its operating system, camera and configuration among other features. One of the major improvement is the fingerprint sensor, which will be probably embedded into the convex home button. Apart from this "big headlining feature" for the 5S, the phone may have a 12-megapixel camera with dual flash for better photos in low light, as well as 128 GB of storage. Other attention-capturing info is that it will be hard to damage this device. The gold-colored iPhone is said to be made of Liquidmetal, an "indestructible" alloy that's twice as strong as titanium.
If you think the 5S will be a little bit too pricey for your taste, Apple has something else to offer:
This is the phone that Apple will use to make a bigger splash in the emerging markets like China and India. But iPhone 5C is not just more affordable version of Apple's smartphone, it's also said to be a variant that will come in various colors and will feature a plastic shell.
Even though rumors for the iPhones have been most persistent, speculations of an Apple TV has also started circulating around the net. With no essential info at hand, Apple CEO Tim Cook did announce a "grand vision" for television back in May, and Apple bought the TV app startup Matcha.tv in August.
There are BIG chances that we'll get closer look at the iOS7 tomorrow. In the Johnny Ive's design for the system will be featured flatter icons, brighter colors and gradients, as well as new APIs. The new operating system is expected to be available on the iPhone 4, 4S, and 5, the fifth-generation iPod touch, the iPad 2, iPad mini, and both Retina iPads.
No one knows, yet. We'll have to wait and see if the company has some surprises for us.