Apple is expected to debut its next-generation smartphone, the iPhone 6, on Sept. 9, and the news has been awash with speculation about what the new device will bring to the table. As rumors swirl around a possible sapphire screen and an A8 processor, some wonder if i-devices still have pull.
Artist's rendering of iPhone 5s (left), iPhone 6 (middle), and iPhone Air (right) created by Martin Hajek.
(Source: Martin Hajek)
EE Times will host a live online chat on Wednesday, Aug. 27, at 1:00 p.m. Eastern (10:00 a.m. Pacific) to discuss the iPhone 6 announcement and whether Apple phones are still relevant in a growing, Android-based, inexpensive market. Editors Jessica Lipsky and Susan Rambo will be joined by the following industry experts, who will analyze the Apple paradigm:
- Will Strauss, president of market watcher Forward Concepts
- Jordan Edelson, founder and CEO of Appetizer Mobile, one of the top 10 mobile app developers
- Tim Bajarin, president of technology consulting firm Creative Strategies
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