15 Best Articles on October 2011 Apple Event – iPhone 5 Inauguration

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15 Best Articles on October 2011 Apple Event - iPhone 5 Inauguration
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We can see hundreds of updates in Apple world. Apple is ever been inventor. Apple lovers know all detail about it. But right now all Apple lovers are waiting to see upcoming Apple event in Cupertino, California on October 2011, may be they’re launching iPhone 5 as tech blog says in our roundup who belong to this special event based articles.  Therefor we are giving you information about this event so see 15 Best Articles and know about upcoming Apple event.

Apple Confirms Oct. 4 iPhone Event

Apple confirmed Tuesday that it will host a news conference Oct. 4 to discuss its iPhone product line. Apple is expected to unveil its newest flagship model, together with some previously unannounced capabilities featured in iOS 5. “With every new version of iOS Apple has previewed most of the new features, but has reserved some hardware-specific features for the hardware announcement,” said Piper Jaffray analysts Gene Munster and Andrew Murphy.

“We expect [this to be the case] again this year – perhaps with more in-depth voice-recognition features,” Munster and Murphy added in an investor note released Tuesday.

Apple Confirms Oct. 4 iPhone Event

Apple Confirms: Media Event on October 4th

Jim Dalrymple at The Loop reports Apple sent out invitations for a media event moments ago. The event is scheduled for October 4th and it’ll take place at Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino.

Looking at the invitation posted by The Loop, it’s clear Apple’s keynote will focus on the iPhone — the tagline for the banner is “Let’s talk iPhone” — and, curiously enough, the image features four of Apple’s stock apps for iOS: Calendar, Clock, Maps, and Phone. We wouldn’t look too much into a possible hidden meaning on this image, but all these apps were mentioned in a rumor that claimed to have details on Assistant, an upcoming software feature of the iPhone 5. Obviously, the image itself is a representation of the event’s details (October 4th, 10 AM at Infinite Loop), but it’s not like Apple hasn’t hinted at upcoming features/products in invitations before.

Apple Confirms: Media Event on October 4th

Apple holding iPhone 5 event on October 4

As expected, Apple will be holding an iPhone event next Tuesday at its Cupertino, Calif., headquarters.
The company sent an e-mail to select reporters earlier today, saying the event will start at 10 a.m. PT next week with an “executive presentation.” Although Apple didn’t specifically mention the iPhone 5 by name, speculation abounds that the company will unveil one, or perhaps two, iPhones at the event.

Rumors have been swirling for months over when Apple would finally unveil its next iPhone. In previous years, Apple has shown off a new version of its popular smartphone at the Worldwide Developers Conference in June. However, the new iPhone was conspicuously missing from this year’s event, prompting the rumor mill to speculate that Apple would wait until September or October to show off its latest handset.

Apple holding iPhone 5 event on October 4

Apple iPhone 5 Event Planned for October 4th

Apple is reportedly planning to hold its iPhone 5 media event on October 4th, according to AllThingsD.
While Apple could certainly change its plans anytime, sources said that the Oct. 4 date has been selected by the company to showcase the iPhone 5. Sources added that the plan is now to make the new device available for purchase within a few weeks after the announcement.

The site also notes that the event will also be important for Apple since it will be Tim Cook’s first big product introduction and will affect public perception of the new CEO. Apple SVP of Worldwide Product Marketing Phil Schiller, iOS SVP Scott Forstall, and SVP of Internet Software and Services Eddy Cue, will be there to lend Cook a hand.

Apple has yet to officially confirm the event; however, AllThingsD is very confident in their sources.

Apple iPhone 5 Event Planned for October 4th

Apple’s Next Event to Be Held on October 4, Starring Its New CEO

That’s the day Apple is currently expected to hold its next big media event, according to sources close to the situation, where the tech giant will unveil the next iteration of its popular iPhone. While there have been a lot of conflicting reports about the exact timing of the event, including some that pegged it as taking place this month, AllThingsD had previously posted that the rollout of the iPhone 5 would be in October.

While Apple could certainly change its plans anytime, sources said that the Oct. 4 date has been selected by the company to showcase the iPhone 5. Sources added that the plan is now to make the new device available for purchase within a few weeks after the announcement. And while the iPhone 5 is a much-anticipated handset, the event itself has a lot more importance for Apple than many previous ones. That’s because it will be newly installed CEO Tim Cook’s first big product introduction, and the place where the public will get a first lengthy impression of him that may well set the tone for Cook’s new role.

Apple’s Next Event to Be Held on October 4, Starring Its New CEO

Apple to hold October press event on campus?

Straying from the usual venue, Yerba Buena center in San Francisco, Apple may be holding its October 4th press event on campus in Cupertino. This is a move that has everyone wondering if this is a scheduling issue or the personal preference of their new CEO, Tim Cook.

Historically, major Apple announcements have been held at the Yerba Center, including those for every iPhone announcement as well as both iPad debuts. We should know the definitive answer soon enough, as invitations will likely start landing later this week. It’s appearing likely that we will see Apple’s Town Hall Auditorium as the cited venue.

Apple to hold October press event on campus?

Apple October press event reportedly to be held on campus

In the past, Apple has held its major press events at the Yerba Buena center in San Francisco. All the iPhone and the iPad announcements were held in this venue. According to a report from AllThingsD, Apple’s may buck this trend and hold its rumored October iPhone announcement at its Cupertino campus.

The reasons for this change are not clear. It may have to do with the availability of Yerba Beuna Center or the decision of new CEO Tim Cook who may prefer to keep things closer to home. Hopefully, all this speculation about where and when this event will be held can be put to rest soon. If the rumored October date is correct, invitations should start landing in attendee’s inboxes sometime this week.

Apple October press event reportedly to be held on campus

Apple sends invites for October 2011 event: “Let’s talk iPhone”

Apple has formally announced its upcoming media event after months of rumors and speculation. The event will take place on Tuesday, October 4 at 10am Pacific Daylight Time on Apple’s campus in Cupertino—just as the latest rumors predicted—and will be led by Apple’s new CEO Tim Cook.

Apple’s invitation graphics (shown above) include four iOS app icons (Calendar, Clock, Maps, and Phone) along with the quote “Let’s talk iPhone.” Apple doesn’t usually get this specific when sending out its invitations, but apparently it’s trying a new, more direct approach this time around. (As an aside, the icon choices are quite clever. The calendar says October 4, clock says 10:00, map points to Apple’s campus, and the phone icon shows one phone call.)

Still, Apple fans are left wondering exactly what may come out of this iPhone announcement. At the moment, it’s widely expected that Apple will make iOS 5 available to the public and possibly even roll out an all-new iPhone 5, a slightly modified iPhone 4 in the form of the iPhone 4S, or both at the same time.

There’s also some talk of a white iPod touch—a relatively minimal detail that reminds us that the fall event was originally about iPods. What will happen to the rest of Apple’s iPod lineup? Will it get rolled into Apple’s iPhone announcements from here on out? All we know is that the holiday shopping season is looming and Apple is undoubtedly working to get new products on the shelves in time for Creditcardapalooza, and it’s only a matter of time before Apple tells us what’s up.

Apple sends invites for October 2011 event: "Let's talk iPhone"

Apple officially confirms iPhone 5 event on October 4

The wait is almost over to find out what Apple has planned for its next-generation iPhone, after the company officially confirmed it will hold its next media event – where we expect the company to unveil two new devices – on October 4 at the company’s Cupertino HQ.
According to Jim Dalrymple from The Loop, Apple began sending out invites for the October event in the past few minutes:

Apple on Tuesday officially announced its iPhone 5 launch event. According to the invitation received by The Loop, the event will be held on October 4 at Apple’s Cupertino, Calif. campus. The event will begin at 10:00 am PT.

I will be at the event, and will bring you a live update of the announcements as they happen.

On September 21 AllThingsD, citing “sources close to the situation”, said that Apple had selected the date to showcase the iPhone 5, with the company expected to announce that its new smartphone(s) would be available “within a few weeks” after the announcement.

The event will likely see Apple’s new CEO Tim Cook take to the stage to deliver his first Apple keynote since Steve Jobs announced his resignation from the position. Sources close to Apple’s suppliers suggest that the new iPhone will feature the company’s latest A5 processor, a new teardrop design and will also sport an 8MP camera.

Apple officially confirms iPhone 5 event on October 4

Apple Sends Out Invites for Oct. 4 iPhone Event

Apple on Tuesday sent out invites for an October 4 iPhone event at the company’s headquarters in Cupertino.
“Let’s talk iPhone,” the invite reads, suggesting that the press gathering will indeed discuss the next-generation Apple smartphone.
The event starts at 10am Pacific time, and will likely feature Tim Cook’s first appearance as CEO. PCMag will be there, so stay tuned for all the details.

Rumors about an October 4 event got started last week, when All Things D, citing sources familiar with Apple’s plans, reported the date. The blogosphere soon realized, however, that San Francisco’s Moscone Center, where Apple has held larger launch events in the past, was booked by Oracle. Surely the auditorium on Apple’s Cupertino campus, which only seats about 250 people, was too small a venue for the iPhone 5 launch, they speculated. Where else might it be held? ATD later said that despite potential space restrictions, Apple’s campus would indeed be where the next iPhone would be unveiled.

Apple is breaking with tradition this year, releasing its next-gen iPhone in October instead of June or July, but if past releases are any indication, we can probably expect the new iPhone to hit store shelves about two weeks or so after the event.

Apple Sends Out Invites for Oct. 4 iPhone Event

Tim Cook Apple event rumored for Oct. 4; Comparisons to Jobs inevitable

Summary: All eyes are going to be on Mr. Cook when he makes his first major announcement as Apple CEO. Let’s give him a chance before comparing him to the mercurial (and irreplaceable) Steve Jobs.

AllThingsD’s John Paczkowski cites “sources close to the situation” in a report today claiming that Apple will hold a special event for the media on October 4 — just under two weeks from today.

While Apple could certainly change its plans anytime, sources said that the Oct. 4 date has been selected by the company to showcase the iPhone 5. Sources added that the plan is now to make the new device available for purchase within a few weeks after the announcement.

It’s a Tuesday which is generally Apple’s preferred day for media events, so that checks out, but there’s a wrinkle. TechRepublic Chief Jason Hiner points out that Moscone Center — the site of previous Apple announcements – like WWDC 2011 – is booked for an Oracle event on October 4th. Also, no invitations have been received by the press to this point, although they should be appearing any day now.

Tim Cook Apple event rumored for Oct. 4; Comparisons to Jobs inevitable

Apple to Hold October 4th Event on Its Own Campus

AllThingsD has come back with more news on Apple’s upcoming October 4th media event. In the past, Apple has always held its big events in San Francisco at venues like the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. This year is proving to be different. Apple will be holding its iPhone announcement at its own headquarters…

“Sources close to the company say the demonstration will be held at Apple’s campus in Cupertino, California.”

It’s unclear as to why Apple has chosen to hold its next huge announcement closer to home. AllThingsD suggests that Apple had trouble nailing down the actual announcement date, possibly due to production delays, so it was too much of a gamble to book a large venue like the Yerba Buena Center. Apple could also want a more “intimate” setting for new CEO Tim Cook to helm his first product launch.

Apple to Hold October 4th Event on Its Own Campus

Apple Announces iPhone 5 Media Event “Let’s Talk iPhone” For October 4th

It is finally official folks: Apple will be holding their next media event on October 4th at their own campus at Infinite Loop, Cupertino, CA. The event will begin at 10:00 am Pacific Time. The news comes straight from Apple as the company just sent out invites to media outlets for their event.

We’re really, really glad that Apple has made things official. The number of reports regarding this event, its proceedings and the new product announcements were starting to mess with our heads. This event will end the influx of all those reports; that is until we near potential announcement dates for the iPad 3 and iPhone 6.

This is going to be a very important event for Apple for a couple of reasons: it is the first event that will be under the new CEO Tim Cook who is expected to present the keynote and that it is expected to be where next-generation hardware will be announced. We have been hearing a lot about this event recently. Two important reports came from All Things D which correctly claimed that the iPhone event would be held in early October and that it would be held on campus in Cupertino, CA unlike previous events which were held in San Francisco.

Apple Announces iPhone 5 Media Event "Let’s Talk iPhone" For October 4th

Why Tuesday’s Apple Event is One of the Most Important Ever

Ho-hum. Another iPhone. Tuesday’s Apple event is going to be boooo-ring, right?

Well, not so fast. I think that from a milestone perspective, Tuesday’s announcement may be among the most important Apple has ever made.  (You’ll notice I said iPhone, singular, not iPhones, plural. I know this because as an Apple invitation Kremnologist, it’s clear that the little 1 on the phone icon means Apple is launching only one phone. I think.) The reason the event will be so important is that history judges such moments not so much by the product announced, but by the revolutions they start.

For example, when the iPod was first announced, it was just a cool new music player, Apple’s entry in a crowded market. But that moment in history is now seen as a giant event, because it represented a change in direction for human culture. The iPod made possible iTunes, and the universe of electronic downloadable music as a replacement for the old CD model. The recent Facebook-as-a-media-center announcement, the cell-phone-as-an-entertainment-hub habit and much more can be traced directly back to Apple’s announcement of the iPod.

Why Tuesday’s Apple Event is One of the Most Important Ever

iPhone 5 launch event to happen on October 4? [Updated]

According to a report from All Things D, Apple will hold its media event to launch the iPhone 5 on October 4.  The information comes from “sources close to the situation”.

Tuesday, October 4. That’s the day Apple is currently expected to hold its next big media event, according to sources close to the situation, where the tech giant will unveil the next iteration of its popular iPhone.

The event will be of particular significance because it will supposedly be fronted for the first time by new CEO Tim Cook. Tim Cook will be the main presenter according to the same sources but will have help as usual from Scott Forstall, Phil Schiller and maybe even Eddy Cue.

TiPb previously heard that Apple was moving up the iPhone 5 launch from an October 14 to October 7 timeline, but if the announcement is only happening on October 4, the launch would have to be later in the month, perhaps October 14 again.

iPhone 5 launch event to happen on October 4? [Updated]

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