September 8, 2013
Apple has been working on new iOS devices for 11 months. This week, we’ll find out whether the hard work was worth it.
As we get ready for Tuesday ...On Tuesday, Cupertino is almost certainly going to reveal the iPhone 5S, and its new budget handset, the iPhone 5C. Additionally, we’re probably going to see an Apple TV OS refresh (but probably not a new device), and hear a lot about iOS 7. What we won’t see on Tuesday are next generation iPads or Macs. Those devices will arrive next month at a separate event. For more on Apple's iPhone event, be sure to see:
... We are starting to hear more about 2014Unimpressed with what you've heard about the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C? The company is “already working on something bigger.” As The Wall Street Journal noted:
The electronics giant has begun evaluating a plan to offer iPhones with screens ranging from 4.8 inches to as high as 6 inches, people familiar with the matter say. That would be a sizable leap from the 4-inch screen of the iPhone 5 released last year, and, at the upper end, would be one of the largest on the market.
We'll be thereAppAdvice's coverage of the iPhone event begins on Tuesday, Sept. 10 at 9 a.m. PDT. The actual event will begin at 10 a.m. from Apple's Cupertino, Calif. campus. We have yet to hear whether Apple will provide live streaming of the event.
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