The press invite has ‘Colors’ as the main topic, teasing at the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C color options. The iPhone 5S is set to come in black, silver, gold and granite; these are the only four we have found out so far, there may be a few more Apple is keeping hidden away.
As for the iPhone 5C, Apple will have five different colors available for this device, set to hit the developing countries markets and push Apple’s dominance in areas like China, India and Africa. The iPhone 5C will come in green, amber, pink, blue and white, according to recent reports, black will not be available.
iOS7 is the big software feature set to launch at the event in some form. Apple may launch the Golden Master at the event, giving developers a week or two to reconfigure apps to meet the guidelines or they may launch it to the public hours after the event, for some extra hype.
The only problem with launching the update at the event is it goes against Apple tradition, while it may push attention on iOS up quicker, it will also mean old iPhone users get the update before users going to buy the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C.
As for the iWatch, rumors say Apple will tease the new device as they did with the new Mac Pro, trying to gauge a response from the crowd. When Steve Jobs first showed the iPhone, everyone said it would flop, perhaps they will do the same with the iWatch and then a year later it will hit huge mainstream success.