Another Apple WWDC (Worldwide Developer Conference) keynote has come and gone. While most of the rumour mills were shut down (i.e. there were absolutely no new hardware announcements), there was certainly enough fuel coming out of the Mac OS and the Apple iOS updates to fill up the two-hour live stream and then some.
While Disneyland is where dreams come true, it seems that today at the Apple event in Cupertino many rumors had finally come true. As expected, Apple unveiled two new iPhone models; the iPhone 5C and the iPhone 5S.
If you are a big fan of Apple Events, of course you know I am, you might be pleasantly surprised that you’ll be able to catch today’s keynote live online and even through your Apple TV if you’re at home and have one handy. It starts today at 10AM PDT (1PM ET).
With all the hints that we’ve seen thus far it seems that it’s likely a foregone conclusion that will see the highly anticipated iPhone 5 officially announced at the Apple event taking place tomorrow morning September 12th at the Yerba Buena Center in downtown San Francisco. But along with the expected iPhone will likely be a refresh to some of the rest of Apple’s product line. Of course the final proof won’t be until tomorrow morning or afternoon depending on where you live.
Rumours of the iPad 3 have been running rampant, in fact rumblings of a 3rd generation Apple tablet began even days before the release of the current incumbent, the iPad 2, a year ago. Well, we might be closer to that reality as pictures of their media invite slated for March 7th at 10AM PT (1PM ET) have been circulating around the net.