Apple is reportedly revamping its stalwart iPod Touch.
The latest iteration of Cupertino's popular media player will apparently include components from both the next-gen iPhone and existing iDevices like the iPhone 4S.
Apple has sent out official invites for an October 4th event in Cupertino under the tagline of "Let's talk iPhone."
Apple’s next-gen iPhone will reportedly feature a speedy A5 processor - the same advanced SoC that powers Cupertino’s flagship iPad 2.
Apple has reportedly purchased between 200-300 glass cutting machines. The move is likely connected to its next-gen iPhone, which is rumored to feature a curved cover for its touchscreen display.
Apple's iPhone 5 is expected to feature only "slight modifications" over its popular predecessor, including an 8 megapixel rear camera, a Qualcomm baseband for GSM and CDMA models and an improved antennae design.