The iPhone 5 launch on Wednesday, Sept. 12, is sure to be the most important event for tech investors this year. The Motley Fool will be hosting a live chat where our top tech analysts will answer your questions and break down what the announcement means for Apple and tech investors everywhere. Be sure to swing by Fool.com at 12:45 p.m. ET tomorrow for all your coverage of Apple's next big announcement.
Apple will be introducing the long-awaited iPhone 5 on Wednesday. After all these months of buzz and buildup, what Fool.com analysts are hoping for is a real "wow factor."
Jason Moser of Motley Fool One is looking for the iPhone 5 to bring something drastically new and improved to the table. Compared with the iPhone 4 and 4S, this needs to be a truly "next generation" product that takes version differentiation to a whole new level.
It will also be interesting to see whether Apple can roll out any iPhone 5 features that haven't yet gone public. Apple is so widely followed, even all the way down to its suppliers, that it's progressively difficult for the company to maintain its veil of secrecy. If it's able to pull off a Steve Jobs-era "One more thing" tomorrow, that alone will be a mini-triumph -- there's nothing like a good surprise, especially coming from Apple.
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