The rumours have started, and if they’re true, we’ll be seeing what the next generation of iPhone will look like from Apple in under a month.
According to a source who spoke to All Things D, a special event will be held on September 10 to unveil the new iPhone. Apple has declined to confirm such an event, All Things D reports.
As for exactly what we’re expecting, that’s still yet to be determined. We’ve heard reports that this will include the mid-range iPhone 5C, which has allegedly been shown in leaked photos to have a plastic exterior. At the very least, the direct successor to the iPhone 5 (expected to be called the iPhone 5S) should be shown.
What we can expect if either iPhone is revealed is the new operating system for Apple’s mobile devices, iOS 7. The latest OS has done away with Apple’s previous skeuomorphic design, moving instead to a cleaner look with less “ornamentation,” to borrow a word from Jony Ive, Apple’s SVP of Industrial Design who oversaw the redesign of AppleRead More »from New iPhone expected September 10: reports