According to reports, a new leaked iPhone prototype has surfaced that appears to be running on China Mobile’s cellular network. This could indicate that China Mobile will get the iPhone 5, which, with their over 600 million subscribers, would be extremely significant.
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Report: iPhone 5 And “Cheaper” iPhone Arriving In September, 2012 iPhone To Get New Charging Methods?
The Wall Street Journal is back at it, claiming a September iPhone 5 launch, a cheaper scaled-back iPhone, and a 2012 model of the iPhone will feature a new method for charging. Forget about the iPhone 5 folks, we’ve got the iPhone 6 to fabricate rumors about – let’s get a head start!
The Wall Street Journal is playing host to an intriguing new rumor this morning, namely that the iPhone 5 will feature a redesigned exterior and be thinner and lighter. They also claim that Apple will be placing an initial order for 25 million units!
We’ve heard rumors of a September iPhone 5 launch before, but this time the rumor is paired with a claim that Apple has actually ordered 15 million iPhone 5 units for release in September.
There have been a lot of interesting rumors surrounding the iPhone 5, but this might be one of the more unique. According to a recent report, the iPhone 5 might gain a special front-mounted LED that will be used for notifications.
According to comments made by Verizon executives to Goldman Sachs, sales of the Verizon iPhone 4 have slowed significantly as consumers increasingly begin to anticipate the iPhone 5.
Its been anything but a quiet notion that Apple is expected to reveal a next-gen iPhone in the fall, with most rumors suggesting a release in September. A new report, however, indicates that the release will come in October – and include the iPad 3!
There have been all manner of rumors regarding what the iPhone 5 will look like – a slimmer, teardrop design? A lot like the iPhone 4? The fact of the matter is that nobody really knows – but that didn’t prevent Michal Bonikowski from adding a third major design to the rumor fray!
According to a rumor that widely circulated yesterday, Apple may release two iPhones in September. A recent report from a BMO Capital analyst suggests otherwise, and provides some arguments to back up his position.
According to a recent report from FBR Capital markets, Apple’s 5th-generation iPhone could hit the streets sometime in September, without a major redesign, and suggests that there will be no lower-cost version of the iPhone.
According to a recent report, Apple will begin production of their 5th-gen iPhone in August, prior to a release in Q3 2011. The information comes to us via Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty.
You wait months for a new generation of iPhone, and then two come along together! That’s the rumor anyway, and it’s coming from Deutsche Bank’s Chris Whitemore who speculates that Apple will release two new iPhones in September.
Apple has reportedly ordered a total of 15 million iPhone 5 handsets from two separate manufacturers, which they expect to sell within in the first month of its release. If the rumors are correct, the sales figure would equal 5 times the initial sales of the iPhone 4!
Rumors about the iPhone 5 have abounded since around the time the iPhone 4 was released, and are only increasing in their boldness and frequency. The creative folks at Infographiclabs took a look at many of the rumors, rated their likelihood, and made them into a pretty infographic!
According to recent reports, the iPhone 5 (reportedly due for a September launch) may feature 2 LED flash units, which could significantly improve the lighting quality in your mobile photos.
Apple may be reducing their manufacturing orders for iPhone 4s in preparation for the iPhone 5 release, according to Taiwanese trade publication DigiTimes. The report indicates that circuit board (PCB) suppliers are seeing a decrease in order quantity from Apple.