We have been hearing reports that the iPhone 5 will launch in the fall of 2011, rather than at Apple’s WWDC, although there is now a rumor that we will see the iPhone 5 in June after all.
According to a Korean site, ETNews, the iPhone 5 will be announced in June, at an event hosted by Apple’s CEO Steve Jobs, and they are apparently citing unnamed industry officials.
Although the report may not be accurate, I still think that we will see the iPhone 5 at Apple’s WWDC this year, as we have done every year since the original iPhone was launched back in 2007.
Personally I think Apple will keep to their annual release schedule for the iPhone, and it will be announced at WWDC 2011 and will go on sale some time in June or July.
We recently heard that the iPhone 5 would feature an eight megapixel camera, which would mean it would be capable of recording HD video in 1080p, the news actually came from Sony’s Howard Stringer, and we are also expecting the iPhone 5 to feature Apple’s new A5 processor, that is inside the new iPad 2.
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