May 26, 2011
Apple might roll out iPhone 4S at WWDC 2011
We earlier told you why Apple is aiming for fall release for iPhone 5 but a new speculation swirl is taking over with Apple’s iPhone public relations team inviting British journalists over to attend the company’s Worldwide Developer Conference which is scheduled for 6th June. As speculation suggests, the company is doing so to make this select group of Brit journalists witness the iPhone 4S launch.This iOS smartphone will include some additions over its predecessor like better cameras, an A5 dual-core processor and HSPA+ support. As rumor has it, the company has cut down on the production of the present models which further fuels the likelihood of an updated iPhone hardware being on its way.
Apple is expected to announce software features for iPhones, iPads and MACs at WWDC but a new iPhone can’t be on the cards. The new advances would include improved MobileMe services supplying a cloud locker for personal music, photos and videos as well as voice integration with user assistance services based on the acquired Siri product. We’ll have to wait until June 6 to see how Apple is going to turn its magic wand for its fan boys.