Live Blog: Apple Unveils iPhone 5 With Bigger Screen, New Connector
CNBC Technology Correspondent
1:15 P.M.: It has five rows of icons, plus the dock row on the bottom (longer) .... The leaked parts were accurate. Schiller says new phone is 20 percent lighter than the 4S.
1:14 P.M.: Schiller: today we're going to introduce iPhone 5. (It comes up on a pedestal from stage.)
1:13 P.M.: Cook: We have exciting news about the iPhone, Phil Schiller coming to share it.
1:12 P.M.: Cook: Last quarter we sold our 400 millionth iOS device.
1:11 P.M.: Cook: Apple recently passed 700 thousand apps in app store, 250 thousand for iPad, with the average customer using more than 100 apps.
1:09 P.M.: Cook: Apple tablet share up to 68 percent, iPad accounts for 91 percent of tablet web traffic: "I don't know what these other tablets are doing," he said.
1:08 P.M.: Cook talking iPad momentum: Apple sold more iPads than any PC maker sold of entire PC lineup.
1:06 P.M.: Cook talking about recent Mac updates, including Mountain Lion. He says Apple notebooks now #1 in market share in the US over the past 3 months, at 27 percent.
1:05 P.M.: Cook said now there are 380 stores in 12 countries, 13th, Sweden coming this Friday. Serving one million people per day, almost.
1:03 P.M.: Cook is showing a video from the Barcelona store opening.
1:02 P.M.: Cook starting with Apple retail. Shows image of Apple retail. Says Apple used limestone from a local quarry to modernize the building
1:01 P.M.: Tim Cook takes the stage. "Good morning."
1:00 P.M.: Path CEO Dave Morin is here. Lights just dimmed.
12:54 P.M.: They have let us in. Al Gore is here, as usual.