Sunday, May 1, 2011

iPhone 5 Release Slated For End Of June 2011?

Everybody is waiting for the next iteration to Apple’s signature and rather revolutionary smartphone. The iPhone 5 is all the rage these days. What will it have? What won’t it have? Most importantly, when will it be released? According to a new report, Apple may release iPhone 5 in the fourth week of June 2011.

We already know that Apple is not going to announce the iPhone 5 at Worldwide Developers Conference 2011 which starts from June 6, 2011. Instead, WWDC is going to be more geared towards the software side of things, and will offer previews of iOS 5 and Mac OS X Lion. The reason because of which the iPhone 5 isn’t being announced at WWDC, may probably be because Sony is facing delays in getting new iPhone 5 camera modules to Apple. That’s just a speculation, however. Nevertheless, you’re not in luck if you want to attend the conference any way, as WWDC 2011 has sold out.

The reports claims of a confirmed iPhone 5 release in late June, because of the fact that carriers SK Telecom and KT will be among the new carriers to officially offer the iPhone 5.

‘iPhone 5,’ the next model of iPhone 4, will be released on the coming 4th week of June. In the midst of the iPhone 5 postponement rumors, Apple has confirmed that iPhone 5 will be released as planned and it will be released simultaneously in Korea through SK Telecom and KT.

So iPhone 5 release won’t happen at WWDC 2011, rather Apple is going to hold a special media event that will be hosted by none other than Apple CEO Steve Jobs as well, who currently happens to be on a medical leave of absence from the company, but made a brief appearance at the iPad 2 launch event earlier last month.

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