Apple iPhone 5 release date confirmed, inside sources say September
Apple’s iPhone 5 is reportedly getting a UK release date in September, says multiple sources with insider supply-chain knowledge
Apple’s iPhone 5 is getting a release date in September, according to multiple sources with inside knowledge of the company’s supply chain.
Yes, we’ve heard it all before but this time the sources seem to add up – as does the fact that Reuters is carrying the story.
The iPhone 5, according to Reuters, is getting a release date in September. The new iPhone device will go into production in July/August and hit stores the following month.
The news comes via three people, according to reports, that have detailed insider knowledge of Apple’s supply-chain.
The report also confirms that the new iPhone 5 will feature a faster processor, most likely Apple’s A5 CPU, and will look pretty similar to the iPhone 4 – we’re still hoping for a larger display though.
The three ‘insiders’ have requested to remain anonymous as Apple has not made information re: the iPhone 5 public, so Steve would no doubt want their head’s on sticks – ah, good old anonymity.
Apple has also officially declined to comment on the leaked news, but that’s hardly a surprise.
Apple will most likely announce the iPhone 5 in July-time, fitting in with its usual schedule, and release the device the very next month – early September – to gazillions of frothing-at-the-mouth consumers.