Apple is set to announce its latest smartphone, which will be called the iPhone 5, at an event in San Francisco shortly.
The phone is rumoured to be LTE compatible, meaning it will benefit from 4G services, currently being implemented in cities across the UK. It will also have a larger screen and a faster processer, according to some commentators.
It is possible that the technology giant will also announce a new version of its mobile operating system, iOS, as well as new versions of iTunes and updated iPods.
But it is the new iPhone that will grab the headlines, and the attention of IT directors who will be charged with supporting the devices as employees bring them in to work and expect access to the corporate network.
Computing will bring further news from San Francisco as the launch event progresses.
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