SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: September 13th, 2012

This morning we're riding the wave out from the Apple event that occurred less than 24 hours ago, our complete collection of coverage available to you in our Apple portal. You can see our hands-on with the iPhone 5, iPod touch, and iPod nano as well as our iPhone 5 wrap-up and our iPod wrap-up too! And don't forget the EarPods! Then it's time to get Wii U ready for the whole world – launch time is upon us! Check our full launch title list for games, info on the new Nintendo TVii, and USA and Euro pricing information too.

NVIDIA has let loose some information on the GeForce GTX 660 and non-GeForce GTX 660, full excellence of NVIDIA's GPU power at a low, low cost. NASA is speaking this week about their future with a manned lunar outpost. LG has teased a new device with Qualcomm power under the hood – perhaps the LG Optimus G with quad-core processing!

The iPhone 5 Lightning adapter may not be working with some accessories from the past – not great for analog audio hopefuls! Cricket now has the pre-paid iPhone 5 on its roster. You an now check out some iPhone 5 sample photos straight from Apple with its 8-megapixel camera.

You can now watch the entirety of the Apple iPhone 5 event in video form. Europe will be getting a lovely Lightning to microUSB adapter per their local standardization laws. Note that the iPhone 5 needs no NFC, wireless charging, or localized haptic feedback – believe it.

Intel has released information on its Android 4.1 Jelly Bean port for Medfield smartphones. The Mars rover known as Curiosity has nearly completed robot arm tests up on the red planet. The Nikon D600 DSLR is now official with a 24.3MP sensor and remote phone / tablet control.