Speculation on the iPhone launch

Rumours are rife ahead of the ‘Let’s Talk iPhone’ event in Cupertino at 10pm UAE time

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Speculation on the iPhone launch Market rumour has it that several new iPhone versions may be announced today.
By  Georgina Enzer Published  October 4, 2011

If market rumours are correct, Apple will release the new iPhone, or new versions of the iPhone today at 10.00pm UAE time in Cupertino California.

The iPhone 4 launched almost 18 months ago and the internet has been rife with speculation on what the new iPhone will feature and look like.

According to PocketLint, there are several definites about the new iPhone or iPhones that are being launched, they are; based on coding that has turned up in the latest beta of iTunes; there will be a model called the iPhone 4S and it will be available in black and white, Apple's new CEO will be presenting the new models and that there will be multiple iPhones coming out.

Apart from that, the ‘Let's Talk iPhone', event is shrouded in secrecy.
Apple has not revealed how many iPhones they will be announcing, nor whether there will be a ‘teardrop' designed iPhone 5, according to PocketLint.
Speculation has pointed to a possible cheaper 8GB iPhone 4 being released for the budget market and perhaps a 64GB version of either the iPhone 5, iPhone 4S, or iPhone 4 introduced.

There has also been no indication of a release date for any of the models, nor whether they will be running the same A5 processor as the iPad, have an 8-megapixel camera or a larger screen.

PocketLint has speculated that there will be a new iPod touch, with a specification update rather than a massive overhaul, that Apple will launch a new service called iAssistant that will help users manage their calendar and missed calls and that the devices will be available in the next two weeks, before the end of October.

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