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Apple iPhone 5: Live coverage of debut from Cupertino

October 4, 2011 |  8:40 am

IphoneHere in Cupertino, Calif., today is all about Apple's iPhone 5.

It's been more than a year since the last iPhone came out, and Apple has been working on the iPhone 4's successor. Reporting in real-time from the unveiling at Apple's headquarters, we'll find out what the fifth-generation device looks like, and if it can hold on to some of the "wow" factor that earlier iPhones have had.

Our article in the print edition Tuesday previews some of the challenges Apple is facing now that Steve Jobs, its co-founder and long-time leader, has resigned as chief executive.

Times staff writer David Sarno live-tweeted the event. See an archive of his Twitter coverage after the jump:

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-- David Sarno

Photo: Apple's headquarters in Cupertino, Calif. Credit: Paul Sakuma / Associated Press

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