Apple has just sent out press invites for its highly awaited iPhone event. Unlike all the previous years, this time the event will be held at Apple’s Town Hall auditorium at its Headquarter in Cupertino, California. Before this, all the previous events from Apple were held at the Yerba Buena Center for Arts at San Francisco, including the iPad 2 event. Since the Yerba Center is booked by Oracle this time, Apple decided to host the event at its own auditorium.
The invites from Apple confirm the earlier rumors of the next-generation iPhone event being held on Oct. 4th. The press-invites from Apple contain an image of the iCal, Clock, Phone and Maps logo, with the Let’s Talk iPhone’ tagline below it.
Rumors suggest that along with the iPhone 5, the Cupertino giant may also a cheaper variant of the iPhone 4, the iPhone 4S. In all probability, the next-gen iPhone will be powered by an A5 processor, and pack 1GB of RAM. There is also a very strong probability of the next-gen iPhone sporting a bigger screen.
The 4 logos in the image suggest that it may very well be possible that Apple will unveil a new Navigation service for iPhone owners, along with a highly integrated voice-to-text Assistant’ feature.