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Chinese Supplier: No iPhone 5 This Year

Written on September 21, 2011 by Adam Eve

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Another word from the Rumorville came out: No iPhone 5 this year according to a Chinese supplier.

Following a Chinese supplier’s claim that there will be no this year, doubts were cast upon the possibility of launching a next-generation handset this year. The Chinese supplier is the same provider of images of components, which were sourced from Shenzen, China. The alleged components – battery, camera, home button, dock connector assembly and display – are all available for purchase now, according to a report.

There has been much buzz about whether Apple’s next mobile device would be a slight upgrade to iPhone 4, or an all-new design with superior components. There are also speculations that the Cupertino-based company would launch two models in the iPhone range.

reported last week that an anonymous Apple employee promised that the next-generation iPhone would be “fairly different” from iPhone 4. However, he only mentioned one model. But contradictory to that was an evidence later reported by . According to the latter’s source, Apple will be rolling out two new units — with one suffering from production delays.

The rumor mill is really heating up, as Apple is soon to have its great reveal day ahead of the holiday season.

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