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People close to the details have reported that Apple will be holding a media event on October 4th. This event will cover the announcement of the next iPhone being either the iPhone 5 or 4s. The sources also indicated that Apple plans to make the new iPhone available weeks after the announcement, so we still might see the iPhone 5 in October. This announcement will be the first time CEO Tim Cook will take the stage instead of Steve Jobs to make a product announcement as big as the iPhone itself. It is not clear if he will be joined on stage by Steve Jobs, his presence will likely be determined by his health at the time of the announcement. Stay tuned for more information on the iPhone 5 release.
Welcome to the Dual Stix podcast episode 9, This episode starts off with Conner discussing Fall Out New Vegas, Goldeneye N64, and Mobile Phone Games. Followed by Chris with Borderlands, and Trenton with Borderlands DLC. Later on comes a discussion of mobile gaming and are mobile games comparable to console games? Will Apple or Microsoft release a handheld gaming system? (iPhone?) Which system would be more surprising? What technologies are in store for the future in mobile gaming? In the news we discuss the game Catwoman getting DLC, No prestige for Modern Warfare 3, and the PSP Vita being region free. Conner(kanswerus) - fall out new Vegas, goldeneye (n64), phone games Chris(GC Cobra X) borderlands, phone games Trenton(willefrbottm) Borderlands DLC, phone games.
“We are not going to get the iPhone 5 this year,” T-Mobile’s chief marketing officer Cole Brodman said in a town hall meeting on Monday.