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Before you decide on purchasing iPhone 5, check these comprehensive set of data that points out to other users' intention of upgrading their handset early.
Apple’s iPhone 5 is on its way, and millions of people are wondering whether it’s time to upgrade. The infographic posted after the jump – developed by Ask Your Target Market, PaidViewPoint and Mashable, will point you in the right path.Read the rest of the article »
Rumor alert! Tim Cook will reveal the next-gen iPhone on October 4.
Based from an AllThingsD insider, Apple will reveal the iPhone 5 on October 4. Tim Cook will lead the show, together with Phillip W. Schiller (SVP for Worldwide Product Marketing), Scott Forstall (SVP for iOS Software), and Eddie Cue (SVP for Internet Software and Services.)
However, the devices that will be announced on October 4 remains a mystery. New iPods are most probably to be announced, while others also anticipates an iPad 3 announcement. But ultimately, many are getting excited on whether Apple will announce the iPhone 5 or iPhone 4S or both. The iOS 5 is also expected to be officially released on the said date, as it’s already nearing its Gold Master version.
If the October 4 turns out to be true, that would mean an almost immediate roll out of the next-gen iPhone on October 15. But keep in mind that none of these has been officially confirmed, so take it with a pinch of salt.View Article Source »
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 iPhone 5 this year, doubts were cast upon the possibility of Apple launching a next-generation handset this year. The Chinese supplier is the same provider of images of iPhone 4S components, which were sourced from Shenzen, China. The alleged iPhone 4S 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.
New York Times 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 9to5Mac. 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.View Article Source »
Apple's iPhone 5 is said to be unveiled on October 5, with an official release a week after.
An alleged insider from Apple informed PocketGamer that the company will be conducting a press conference on October 5 — covering a new hardware. And albeit it is thought to include the iPhone 5 and a cheaper iPhone 4 version, it is also said that the company will a releasing a 3G-enabled iPod Touch.
It is then claimed that the iPhone 5 will be released a week after the big reveal, which is October 12. Apparently, the date is just a few days earlier with what Stephane Richard, CEO of French mobile carrier — Orange, recently announced the handset would be available. It is also alleged that the new handset will feature a slightly larger display and a slimmer chassis. The cheaper iPhone 4 is rumored to be available to the consumers as well.
While the rumors surrounding iPhone 5 suggested that it will be a totally different device, people won’t be able to know until it is revealed by Apple. That said, do you think October 5 makes sense for an iPhone 5 announcement?View Article Source »
Case-Mate is believed to leak the iPhone 5 design unintentionally with its now-gone products page.
Even before news sites were able to post the most recent buzz, Case-Mate pulled its web page which is said to showcase a number of iPhone 5 cases.
Replaced with a landing page, the now-removed product content looked like renders anyway. However, they were probably based on partly known specs. Thus, the cases offered styling cues that were taken from the iPad 2 and iPod Touch with a tapered back and thinner casing. Case-Mate’s removal of the product page suggests that it wasn’t posted intentionally, although it could be a ploy to get people to their landing page.
Apple is reported to announce the next iPhone in the coming weeks, while Case-Mate’s images were just the latest in the series of leaks concerning the next handset.View Article Source »
Ming-Chi Kuo is sharing another reports which claims that the next-gen iPhone will be the iPhone 4S.
A new research note provided by MacRumors stated that analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo, claimed that Apple is slated to send the golden master version of iOS 5 to its iPhone and iPod Touch hardware manufacturers from September 23 to September 30. This suggests the new hardware will be launched around mid-October. The report is in line with other buzz which suggests that Apple will debut the next iPhone around the middle of October.
More interestingly, Ming-Chi Kuo tells that he has seen no evidence of the rumored iPhone 5 in the supply chain. However, the analyst pointed out to the N94 iPhone — which has been popularly dubbed as a iPhone 4S. Ming-Chi Kuo said that it is the only iPhone model set to ship, with Apple planning for 30 million units until the end of the year.Read the rest of the article »
Apple's iPhone 5's production is in full steam, as Foxconn manufactures 150,000 iPhone 5 units per day.
Supply chain discovered on Wednesday that Apple’s newest smartphone, iPhone 5, is now approaching its production on full steam. Foxconn, Apple’s key iPhone builder, is currently believed to be producing 150,000 iPhone 5s per day. Manufacturing is said to be brisk enough that Apple will ship out five million to six million iPhone 5s in September and 22 million for the fall.
The said figure also doesn’t factor in millions of iPhone 4 units, as it ramps down the original versions and supplemented the new model with a possible BGB iPhone 4.Read the rest of the article »
The rumor mill is on the go once again, as its release date was teased with iOS 5's alleged production.
Japanese tech site – Macotakara – reported that Apple’s iPhone 5 has entered production, as manufacturers – Foxconn and Pegatron – have started assembling the next-gen handset. However, the devices are not yet packed since iOS 5 is said to be in the works still. While specs of Apple iPhone 5 are still known, it is believed that the mobile phone will sport a dual-core processor and 8-megapixel camera.
Macotakara’s latest report follows claims that an iPhone 5 prototype was lost in a bar, and that the said handset might hit the stores in October.
Are you excited to see what Apple’s next iPhone would be?View Article Source »
Two stages of iPhone 5 releases on Best Buy -- for real?
Best Buy prepares itself for the launch of iPhone 5 in two stages based from two leaked information on Sunday. One discovery from a staff memo shows that the retail company expects an iPhone 5 introduction soon, along with an “October week 1 launch.” The same BGR instance also claimed that it expects a Sprint iPhone 5 release.
Other clues potentially put the said release later. Best Buy Mobile managers are due to talk about “upcoming big release dates” on October 10 and on October 21, receiving a new “Apple fixture.” The installation described to This Is My Next wasn’t attached to the iPhone by name, but it would unusually needed a manager to be available an hour earlier than usual for inventory — similar to what happened last year for the iPhone 4.
Both tips leave room for flexibility in the release, but it support the overall expectation of a mid-October launch with Sprint added as a third US carrier. Some room exists for other devices to show in October, such as expected iPod updates, but few are likely to get the same level of attention from retail staff.View Article Source »
Rumors have claimed that Apple's iPhone 5 is coming to Sprint in mid-October.
This topic is certainly the hottest issue in the Apple market to date — as reported by Wall Street Journal, Sprint will be offering the 5th-generation iPhone once it has been released in “mid-October” of this year. Along with AT&T and Verizon, Sprint is said to be the third U.S. carrier to sell the anticipated device.
Sprint was known to be one of the nation’s largest wireless service providers; and now, it also becomes the third carrier to receive the iPhone 5 after Apple launched with Verizon this year and with AT&T in 2007. Well, probably this is a much better way to prevent the company from being overpowered by Verizon and AT&T/T-Mobile’s team-up.Read the rest of the article »
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