Well, it’s been a long time coming. Tomorrow, on Sept. 12, Apple is expected to finally announce the next iPhone. Whether it’s going to be named the iPhone 5 or “the new iPhone,” have a bigger screen, or come with seven arms sticking out of it, we’ve sifted (and sometimes trudged) through months and months of rumors that will either be confirmed or done away with come tomorrow. As archivers of the iPhone rumor mill, it has been entertaining, but we’re looking forward to a brief moment of peace until a whole new batch of rumors come out for the next iteration. Until then, remember to join us during our liveblog tomorrow as the iPhone specs are unveiled and the bets begin. (Who put $5 on NFC, anyone, anyone?)
Tune in Wednesday starting at 9 a.m. PT for our Apple iPhone event live blog.
After unveiling a marginally improved iPhone 4S in 2011 instead of a radically different iPhone 5, Apple has returned to its development labs to cook up (no pun intended) the next iteration of its popular phone. In 2012, we’re fairly certain that the real iPhone 5 will roll out of Apple’s gates and that the device should be a bigger leap forward than the 4S was.
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