Apple Decorates Cupertino Headquarters For New IPhone Launch

Posted: Sep 10 2013, 6:51am CDT | by , in News | Apple
Updated: Sep 10 2013, 9:33am CDT

 

Apple Decorates Cupertino Headquarters for iPhone Launch
 

Apple's biggest and much awaited iPhone launch event is less than 6 hours away. Apple has already decorated its Cupertino headquarters for the new product launch event.

I am also very excited like other Apple lovers about its today's launch event. So much is said about the event. Many rumors and speculations were done regarding the new products to be launched during the today event. Rumored specs of expected devices were also revealed.

Apple has already decorated its Cupertino headquarter for the launch of new devices. Apple is using same design of large size poster placed on top of it's headquarter as of media invites. Though the Cupertino is small, but iGen reports that "it will be more diffused than usual." 

This event is widely termed as the new iPhone launch event. Apple is going to launch its next-generation device after a year. Along with new iPhone 5S, low-cost plastic iPhone 5C and iOS 7 are also expected in this event. And this year's launch event is the biggest in Apple history. For the very first time, Apple is going to hold an event not only in US but also in Berlin, Tokyo and Beijing via separate press events.

Meanwhile, fingerprint scanner support for new iPhone 5S is confirmed by WSJ's today report and also by leaked user manual of alleged smartphone by Nowhereelse.fr. iPhone 5C blue is already appeared powered-on in a leaked video yesterday. We have already told you about former Apple CEO John Sculley's statement about how Steve Jobs got fired from Apple.

Five more hours folks and we will see what we are waiting for long time!

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