Apple iPhone 5 Will Be Launched on October 4th [Confirmed]

Finally end for the rumors, the much awaited Apple iPhone 5 will be launched on Octbober 4.Apple already send the invitations for the Octbober 4th product launch to the tech journalists and industry experts.

Apple named the event “Let’s Talk iPhone!” this will take place on October 4, 2011 and will start at 10:00 AM PST.Event presentation will be held at Apple’s HQ in Cupertino.

 Apple-iphone 5

 Read on to find out what Apple could discuss if it does in fact hold special event on Oct. 4 to discuss the iPhone 5.

1. Tim Cook’s vision

Apple’s new CEO Tim Cook will be making an appearance at the iPhone 5 event, and he’ll likely discuss what his vision will be for the company’s future. Everyone knows what Steve Jobs stood for. But so far, Cook hasn’t distinguished himself in any meaningful way. Expect the rumored Oct. 4 event to be the place where he does that.

2. Steve Jobs’ role

Apple product owners as well as shareholders want to know what Steve Jobs’ role is with Apple. Sure, he’s the chairman of the company’s board, but what does that really mean? And what kind of influence does he have? At the rumored Oct. 4 event, expect Apple to talk about Jobs, his legacy and what he will do for the company in his new capacity. It’s vastly important to the company’s future with shareholders to do so.

3. Apple’s success

Like every other event that Apple has held over the years, expect the company to tout its success. Cook will likely talk about all the iPhones his company has sold, how many apps have been downloaded and how people have responded to Apple’s smartphone around the world. Apple likes to talk about its success, and the rumored October press event will be no different.

4. iCloud

When Apple unveiled iCloud at the Worldwide Developers Conference earlier this year, many had hoped that it would offer up the service that day. But it has still yet to do so. So far, iCloud is only available to developers. But expect that to change at the rumored Oct. 4 event. Apple has said that iCloud will be made available this fall, and it would make perfect sense for the company to launch it next month.

Presently it is not known whether Steve Jobs, who resigned from the role of Apple CEO in August, will be present at the event. Stay Tuned with us for more updated information.

Via

Add a Comment

Your email address will not be published.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.