According to a French blog site, the highly anticipated sixth-generation iPhone which has been named as iPhone 5 by Apple Fanboys, will be released on Friday, 21 September 2012. According to rumors, it would feature a larger screen and a 19-pin dock connector.
On Monday 23 July 2012, Reuters reported that Apple would be switching to a new smaller dock connector in the upcoming iPhone 5.
When Macotakara and M.I.C Gadget speculated the production of iPhone 5, how could Digitimes stay behind? Digitimes is the king of rumors.
Foxconn, one of Apple’s most important manufacturing partners in Asia is hiring new recruits on a massive scale. Due to this massive recruitment, speculation are rising that an augmented labor force is for the mass production of something new and something big.
According to Japanese blog Macotakara, the production of the next generation iPhone (also known as iPhone 5) has started in China. Macotakara has cited reliable Chinese sources for the information.
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Terry Gou of Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., which is better known as Foxconn, was recently found telling customers to disregard Samsung’s recently-released Galaxy S III smartphone and wait for the upcoming iPhone 5 instead.
Is the popularity of iPhone 4S declining? Or the manufacturing units have shortage of equipments and spare parts to manufacture iPhone 4S! It certainly surprises us when we learn that the production of iPhone 4S is at a slow pace now. Well, the real reason is quiet different, and a good one.
For past few weeks there have a lot of reports that Apple will be finally increasing the screen size of its next-generation iPhone. Now, 9to5Mac has also joined the chorus in the regard.
With all of the recent talk regarding the next-generation iPhone’s display, the LTE rumors had faded sometime back. Maybe it is because many people assumed that, after the third-gen iPad, the feature would be a lock for Apple’s next smartphone.
Bloomberg is reporting that Apple will introduce a new iPhone with a larger screen and an overhaul design that Steve Jobs “worked closely on” before passing away.