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Cue the fanfare as Apple has sent out the official invitations for what would be their biggest, most highly anticipated event of the year. Yes, the iPhone one.
According to Mashable, the invitation only cryptically said, “Wish we could say more” and confirmed that the exclusive event will be held at the Flint Center for the Performing Arts in Cupertino, California, on 9th September at 10am. That’s 10th September at 1am for us Malaysians.
Fun fact: The Flint Center is also the same place where Steve Jobs debuted the Macintosh some 30 years ago. Iconic much?
In fact, MacRumors have reported that a not-very-inconspicuous massive structure is being built on the Flint Center for the Performing Arts campus. Apparently, it appears to span 3-storeys and is barricaded as well as protects by “scads” of security people.
So, iconic location and massive structure? It can only draw wild speculations of what both Apple fans and techies can expect from the upcoming launch.
As it is, Apple is expected to launch the iPhone 6 in what is believed to be 2 sizes – a 4.7-inch model and a 5.5-inch model. Maybe, just maybe the grandiose of the launch venue could also mean that there are other surprises in tow? Such as the elusive iWatch, perhaps?