Apple set to launch iPhone 5S on September 10?
The Apple iPhone 5S is expected to launch in the US next week after Apple sends out invites to an event
This week may be all about IFA Berlin, but Apple has given tech
fans something else to think about - a new iPhone?
The next iPhone is widely expected to be launched on September 10 after Apple sent out invites to an event at its Cupertino base in the US.
Tuesdays and Wednesdays in the office aren't much fun, and Apple hoped news of the event would cheer us all up.
The invite read: "This should brighten everyone's day" and was peppered with colourful polka dots which has further fuelled speculation about a cheaper iPhone coming in colours other than black or white.
The rumour mill has been delivering breathless reports of a second, cheaper handset - dubbed the iPhone 5C - which could come in different colours.
Back in June Apple unveiled the next version of its mobile operating system, iOS 7.
The new OS boasts features designed to make the most of the entire screen, something which is said to make the handset feel bigger.
iOS 7 features a cleaner, flatter design and Apple chief executive Tim Cook described it as "the biggest change to iOS since the introduction of the iPhone".
We've heard the rumours, we've seen the invite. All we can do
now is wait patiently 'til September 10. Follow us on Twitter for live
updates during the announcement.
With the next few days jam-packed with the tech coming out of the IFA show that shouldn't be too difficult - stay tuned to TechTalk for the latest news, pics and videos.
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