Barring any unforeseen circumstances, Apple looks unquestionably set to launch the oft-rumored iPhone 5 today.
Following months of rampant speculation and excessive rumor-mongering, the repeatedly leaked images have come to provide us with a fairly coherent idea as to the aesthetics of the device. And yet, despite the excess of leaked images, we still know little of the true nature of the impending update.
Considering Apple's penchant for withholding iOS features until the very last moment, I'm excited to see what Apple may still have up its sleeve for today's keynote. Beyond the tangible aesthetics of the new iPhone, my focus instead falls upon what experiential improvements the new device may hold. Rumored to boast a taller display and an LTE connection, I remain curious as to how Apple intends to create a superior experience with the new device.
For those keen to follow along with the action, I highly recommend The Verge, Gdgt, and The Loop for your live-blog needs. Given the all-too-frequent server crashes systemic to an Apple press day, I would suggest you follow along with multiple sources.