An employee at a printing press displays that could be the iPhone 5's packaging. (Photo : iPhonenieuwsblog.nl)
In about 24 hours, the iPhone 5 is expected to make its debut to the world from San Francisco, California.
Apple has been very quiet when it comes to plans for the iPhone 5 and of the press conference that's set for 1 p.m. EDT.
Unlike Samsung's recent launch with the Galaxy Note 2, where they provided live streaming of the event from the IFA 2012 in Berlin, Germany, Apple has not set plans for a live webcast for their press conference.
Latinos Post will be updating if Apple suddenly decides to feature a live webcast.
What has been heavily rumored for the iPhone 5 are the following: 4-inch Retina Display screen, 1GB RAM, an eight-megapixel rear-facing camera, a two-megapixel front-facing camera, running on the latest operating system iOS 6, battery capacity of 1140mAh with its life going eight hours for 3G users and 14 hours for 2G users, A5X dual-core processor, and an improved Siri voice assistant.
If interested in understanding the rumored terms and features of the iPhone 5, Latinos Post has gathered what has been speculated and helped break down words such as RAM, GB, battery capacity, and more, click here.