iPhone 5 launch date leaked

By Luke Edwards on May 10, 2012 8:20 AM
Filed under Mobility

Orders have been taken.

Apple’s iPhone 5 should go on sale this September with an expected announcement at the Apple WWDC on June 11th.

Pegatron, an Apple manufacturer, has just received orders for the new iPhone 5 with a launch date of September. The new iPhone is expected to be shown in June at the worldwide developer conference in June.

The manufacturer has also received an order for a 10in iPad for a fourth quarter release. This sounds a bit far-fetched as changing form factor by 0.3in seems a bit of a waste of time, especially for the already well-established accessories market. Although a change would mean more sales so we’re not ruling it out.

The rumoured 7in iPad should be manufactured by Foxconn but even that might be slightly different in size if this 7.1in iPad story is true.

This article originally appeared at Stuff.tv

 
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