With Apple’s annual WWDC event around the corner, we just have time to tell you about one last interesting rumor, in relation to release details for the infamous iPhone 5. Fresh information from an analyst claims that the fifth-generation device is still on course for a release before the end of the year.
You’re probably thinking ”Why should I believe this again?”, and rightly so since the release period for the iPhone 5 seems to change every week with multiple sources offering alternative release predictions.
This latest one, isn’t too dissimilar to previous release expectations, as Brian White, an analyst with Ticonderoga Securities offered his latest insight on the iPhone 5 release. According to him, production of the new iPhone will start in July, and continue throughout the Summer building up to a retail release in September, as reported from BGR.
Of course, this isn’t the first time that we’ve heard a September release date for the iPhone 5, but is White just jumping on the bandwagon like the rest? Nobody knows for sure, except Apple of course as we’re sure they are loving the attention that their latest creation is getting.
Will we see it unmasked at WWDC 2011 though? – unlikely. Fingers crossed though that Steve Jobs has a surprise for us. Give us your expectations for the iPhone 5 release.
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