Iphone 5 Press Conference

October 4, 2011 by staff 

Iphone 5 Press ConferenceIphone 5 Press Conference, Tomorrow, Apple will hold a press conference in the U.S. and the United Kingdom to announce what we expect the iPhone 5 and an updated list of hardware and IOS updates. Speaking to the magazine What Mobile this morning, Tanya Ridd, head of PR at Apple UK said: “It’s a smaller event than usual, we have more people from Europe coming too.”

By reducing invited representatives of the press, we are expecting major announcements from Apple, however, partly due to increasing competition from companies such as Samsung, HTC Amazon this year, but also by the European press are invited to the event United Kingdom. This is also related to suggestions that the new cloud-based services Apple will launch across Europe to support new products across Europe. Streaming and subscription service and Netflix Spotify is picking up speed and reach an international audience in 2011, while Google Android is still evolving and a list of cloud-based services with Google +. All these factors mean more competition for Apple and hope that the October 4 conference to show how Apple intends to fight his rivals.

United Kingdom, rumors of release date for the iPhone 5 continue to circulate too. All Apple store staff in the UK have said that vacation during the first two weeks of October is not permitted and, last month, the CEO of a parent company of Orange (France Telecom) said: “If believe what we have said, iPhone will be released May 15th of October. ”

In related news, also knew that Samsung would try to delay the launch of Apple iPhone and Samsung 5 and discuss issues related to patents for its products. This news comes from South Korea Maeil Business newspaper today.

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