The buzz about Apple’s “Let’s Talk iPhone” event is getting more and more strained. Several hours are left before we get to know what Tim Cook and his crew has to unveil, but by then, we all have our own expectations, suppositions and hopes. Mashable.com - the largest independent online news site dedicated to covering digital culture, social media and technology, has conducted a poll, to summarize what we all are expecting to finally be introduced. Here are the results:
On the question about what will be unveiled tomorrow at the company’s Cupertino campus, 48.11%of the respondents answered that they believe Apple will announce Both iPhone5 and iPhone 4S, that will be cheaper than iPhone4. The vast majority of more than 8000 participants answered that the new iPhone will definitely contain the iPad's A5 dual-core chip, and will have an upgraded camera.
75% of the sample also believes that the new iPhone will have system-wide voice interaction and larger display. As for the design of the new iPhone, 46.1% thinks the iPhone5 will look radically different, with new teardrop-shaped cross-section, inspired by the MacBook Air, but with the homebutton not redesigned at all. The respondents also hope that the turn-by-turn directions will be included, but 57% of them think that there won’t be any NFC chip inside the iPhone for easy wireless payments.
And finally, it’s known that Apple and Adobe will hold press events at the same time (10 A.M. PDT) on Tuesday morning. There has been a rumor that the companies have something in common to share with the public, but the audience seems not to hope that Apple’s problems with Adobe and Flash will ever be resolved.