Apple iPhone 5 event: What time does it start?



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September 12 at 10:00a.m. Pacific Time...but maybe it's an iPad Mini event!

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ITworld's Phil Johnson is also live tweeting/blogging the event here:

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I'm looking forward to this, let's hope the iPhone 5 was worth waiting for. Apple won't broadcast the event live, but you can find the video later in the day on Apple's site.

There's a few of the previous ones on that page to whet your appetite for the iPhone 5 announcement. Enjoy!

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