Drum roll please!
It’s confirmed! The next-generation iPhone will be called iPhone 5. Try to check Apple’s site, and you’ll find a number of search results revealing that Apple will name the highly-anticipated new phone as “iPhone 5.”
It’s whoops for Apple. And we’re sorry for the advance blurbs. Call us spoilers, but we know you’re all excited to see what’s next. The inactive links give us a clue to the name. MacRumors and 9to5Mac spotted the links. What’s more, in only a few hours all eyes are glued to Cupertino’s largest media event. (I think we’re all glued now.)
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On other news, the Apple store is down to get its iPhone 5 makeover. Christmas is almost here. Indeed, Apple has prepared something better for us.
That’s not all. From our previous entries, we’ve mentioned a shared stage with Apple iPod Touches, Nanos and tweak Shuffles, announcements of iOS 6 and other updates in this media event held at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts.
Apple will not hold a live video coverage of the iPhone 5 media event for the public. However, you’ll be able to access information according to MacRumors via text and photo updates from various tech sites. Better tune in for more updates.
“Apple is holding a media event today at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, where it appears set to introduce the iPhone 5, updated iPods, and a brand-new version of iTunes. The event is scheduled to kick off at 10:00 AM Pacific Time / 1:00 PM Eastern Time.”
Reviewing the rumors and other confirmed specifics of the next-generation models, we can complete the missing pieces of the puzzle today. No more rumor mills. However, we also look forward to glean iPad Mini and refreshed iPad 3 updates in the coming days.
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