Apple is holding a press event in San Francisco on Wednesday, Sept. 12, in which the company is expected to unveil its latest iPhone. Macworld will be on hand with live coverage of the 10 a.m. PT announcement.
Everybody's jazzed for Wednesday's Apple event, but that doesn't mean that the world's stopped spinning: One analyst thinks the iPhone 5 could be economical in more ways than one, Samsung's prepping to capitalize on the new iPhone, and ebook prices are falling down.
And is there any way we can get them to stop?
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As the technology world at large now knows, Apple will host a special media event on September 12 at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts. The next version of the iPhone is likely to be the star of the show, but Macworld's staff ruminates on what other surprises the event might bring.
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