Macpeople around the world are mourning the loss of Steve Jobs. A lot will be said in the next few days in remembrance of Apple’s remarkable leader. Macpeople, who not only love the products but have chosen to live in the Apple universe, believe as Steve Jobs did that technology can change the world for the better.
Apple has confirmed that there will be an iPhone event on October 4. The event is called the "Let's Talk iPhone" macpeople will finally learn about the long rumored iPhone 5. The event will be held at the company's Cupertino, Calif. campus. Macpeople are also wondering if their will be a "one more thing", possibly announcing the next generation of the iPad.
macpeople learned this morning that All Things D is reporting that an un described Apple event will take place on Tuesday, October 4th. The event is expected to include the launch of the iPhone 5. This will be the first time newly installed CEO Tim Cook will take the stage as "Head Magician”. For the past several months other sources have targeted a mid September through October date for the latest Mac telephonic hardware. No doubt the small leak will result in a flood of speculation over the next few weeks. macpeople.com will be posting the latest news and maybe even a few out of focus pictures to fan the flames.
Lately a lot of blog sites are ranting about how Mac enthusiasts are speculating on the upcoming release of the iPhone 5. Ok, I admit it. I'm one of those who can't wait to hear the latest, up to the minute rumor roundup. Like this one from the New York Times reporting on a scoop from an Apple employee who asked to remain nameless.