After a year of speculation, countless leaks and many rival devices, Apple is on the verge of unveiling its next-generation iPhone 6 at an event in California. The event begins at 10am PDT (6pm BST) at the same location Steve Jobs unveiled the first Mac computer 20 years ago. Alongside two new larger-screen iPhones, Apple may also use the event to finally unveil a smartwatch – a device that has been on the cards since 2012. It is unsure whether the watch will be called the iWatch, or iTime – but numerous sources are reporting the device is incoming. Other reports have also suggested Apple could reveal its new range of iPads, which is typically reserved for a separate event in October. Before the event, rumours claimed Apple was working on two versions of its next iPhone, in different sizes, with one being 4.7 inches (11.9cm) diagonally, the same size as the HTC One.
A larger version was also rumoured to be released, measuring 5.5 inches (14cm) – slightly larger than Samsung’s 5.1-inch Galaxy S5. Leaked specifications earlier today claimed the device would have an Apple A8 processor, 1GB of memory, 128GB of storage and an 8MP camera. Although this is the same as the current model, reports claim Apple has improved the camera’s overall performance ‘in other ways.’ The 4.7-inch iPhone will reportedly come with a display resolution of 1334 x 750.Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2748175/Countdown-iPhone-6-launch-Apple-unveil-range-new-products-tonight-iWatch-finally-make-appearance.html#ixzz3Cpgp3JJG