As reported by MacRumors, that Kodawarisan a Japaneese Site has given specific date for the launch of iPhone 5. This website claims that Apple is holding a Media Event of 7th September 2011 and it is highly expected that Apple with launch its high awaited next generation iPhone, iPhone 5 along with latest firmware iOS 5.
Apart from this Japanese Site’s claim we had reported last month that Apple Next Generation iPhone is expected to come in second week of September 2011. Moreover it is expected that Apple will also announce its iCloud services alongwith iPhone 5 and iOS 5. It has alos been reported that Apple might be planning of iPhone 4S which will be comparitivly low end phone supporting iOS 5.
Apple has traditionally held their Fall media events in the first part of September with the past three events taking place on September 1st, 2010, September 9th, 2009, and September 9th, 2008. Last year’s event introduced new iPod touch, iPod nano and iPod shuffle models. This year’s event, however, has been widely expected to also incorporate the rumored iPhone 5 announcement. We confirmed with Kodawarisan that the date was not the product of guesswork, but came from a source in the know.
In previous years, Apple has updated the iPhone in the summer during WWDC, leaving the iPod to wait until this September media event. This year, however, without an iPhone upgrade at WWDC, all eyes are on this September event for the launch of the iPhone 5. Apple’s suppliers are said to begin shipments of the iPhone 5 in September but AllThingsD has suggested the iPhone 5 won’t actually be released until October. It’s not clear if that gives Apple room to pre-announce the iPhone 5 in September, or if it means Apple will let September pass by with no mention at all of the next iPhone.
Check out our post regarding iPhone 5 and its features here.
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