There have been many rumors surrounding the iPhone 5 release lately as the proposed date for the handsets release draws ever closer. Dates and features and even what carriers will be getting the device have been reported about over recent weeks. Now we have news that Vodafone UK accidently reveals iPhone 5 details on a product page on its official website.
The carrier offers consumers a device called the Vodafone Sure Signal, which boosts the signal for the carrier’s network and is useful in crowded areas. AppleInsider have found when you hit the tab for supported products, included in the list is the iPhone 5.
There are a number of supported devices that include the likes of Nokia handsets, Nexus One, and all the released models of the iPhone. But there are listings for the iPhone 5 in both black and white, and with 16GB and 32GB storage options.
The listing is still available at the time of writing that you can see for yourself here, and could just be a typo or they may have got ahead of themselves. It could mean someone at the company has put the information up a little early ahead of the expected October release for the device. There have been rumors that Apple was going to release a 64GB version of the handset, and if this listing is accurate 32GB may be the maximum.
What will please many consumers regarding the iPhone 5 is the fact a white version will hopefully be available at launch. We had to wait around ten months before a white version of the iPhone 4 became available following problems with paint finishes.
So depending on where you live or work purchasing a Vodafone Sure Signal booster to improve your signal will also work with your shiny new iPhone 5. Have a look at the product page yourself to see the iPhone 5 listing.
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