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Predictions For Tomorrows iPhone Announcement

We are a only hours away from the launch of the new iPhone and iOS5. We already know most of the iOS features but what about the new iPhone? Well I'm predicting that we will see two iPhones tomorrow. The iPhone 4S will be a minor upgrade of the iPhone 4 with a a global chip, lower cost and most importantly a repaired antenna. The iPhone 5 will be the higher cost model with a design similar to the iPad 2, larger screen achieved by removing bezels, NFC, dual core processor and 1Gb of RAM. Tim Cooks final announcement will be the voice recognition and control system built into the iPhone 5.

I think we may also see Steve Jobs tomorrow for a very short time towards the end of the presentation. This will be a symbolic public handover and something of a goodbye to the Apple faithful.
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