iPhone 5 Release Date Updates – Apple has always been releasing its iPhone’s in June/July and this year round people were hoping for the same. But people were shocked and disappointed when Apple failed to make any mention of the iPhone 5 on the WWDC. This was due to a number of reasons with one of them being the fact that after the disaster in Japan, supply of key components was pushed back.
On 20 April 2011, it emerged that the iPhone 5 release date may be September 2011 rather than June or July. This date was cited by three sources who spoke to Reuters. As iOS 5 is set to be out in the Autumn, it’s a safe bet that the iPhone 5 will make its debut sometime then. One site however has claimed that the iPhone 5 will be coming out on 11th November 2011. However, at this stage it’s a little early to say anything.
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Furthermore Apple has managed to keep its customers hooked to their device. They launched the iPhone 4 white in time to make sure that sales for their product would not fall. Furthermore unlocked iPhone 4 has also been put up for sale and this has left many wondering whether the launch date for iPhone 5 is close enough or not.
iPhone 5 Release Date [Latest Updates]
- Update (28th July): China Times Claims iPhone 5 To Release In Second Week Of September. Apple will initially put an order of 400 million iPhone 5 units, also claimed by them. Find out more
- According to CNET UK, iPhone 5 release date is likely to be September 7th 2011.
- This is my Next posted the video of McAdam’s interview with CNBC about his upcoming role to lead the nation’s largest carrier effective August 1, where he also talked about the next iPhone. He said, “We had assumed that we would see an iPhone early in the summertime as it’s been usually, and that’s going to be a little later in the year now.”