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Invites Start Rolling Out For The Apple’s September 10 iPhone Event

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Apple today started sending out invitations for its September 10 grand event also titled unofficially as the iPhone event with a purpose to introduce its new and really powerful iPhone products to the public officially. The event will commence at 10 AM Pacific time at the Apple’s head quarters in Cupertino, California.

With the event tagline “This should brighten everyone’s day”, the event is expected to be unleashing something really worth the wait. Time however, will only tell if the rumours and leaks were right or not.

The event basically centers on its new iPhones, the iPhone 5S, Apple’s flagship phone for the next year, and the iPhone 5C, the Apple’s attempt to keep the budget down. The new phones are expected to be extremely fast and efficient with better Camera and processing capabilities as compared to its predecessor, the iPhone 5.

A final preview of the new iOS 7 is also expected to be revealed but that is not confirmed since the prime focus would be on the iPhone which is why it is titled that way.

The new iPad and iPad Mini devices would have to wait for their exclusive event which would probably be held in the next month. Apple’s current focus is to introduce their new and better iPhone products which are believed to be 30% faster in processing power than their predecessor because of the new A7 chip.

The camera result is also enhanced by adding up a dual-LED flash which assists low light photography. The phones otherwise would be pretty much the same as the iPhone 5.

The phrase “brighten everyone’s day” could have many meanings. One being the simple one about Apple’s unleashing its new and presumably really powerful phones, the other being the addition of possibly some more colours for the device which were rumoured to be so as well. However, the actual story would be covered in a week’s time when Apple will itself confirm what rumours were right and what were not.

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Anup Kayastha

Anup Kayastha is founder and chief editor of AllTimeMac — loves travelling. Tech enthusiasts and professional blogger.

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