IPhone 5 Release

April 20, 2011 by USA Post 

IPhone 5 Release, Apple unexpectedly decided not to present the successor to the iPhone 4 in its annual regular schedule – which probably would have been released in June or July, after being featured in Apple’s annual Worldwide Developers Conference in early June.

Rumors had suggested that the iPhone could not get out before winter, or it was not until 2012 – but new reports say the phone now arrive in September this year. Reuters reports that three sources have told them that the iPhone 5 will begin shipping in September, Apple’s suppliers to increase production in July. Reports say that the iPhone 5 will be very similar to the iPhone 4, but have a faster processor – most likely a dual core processor like the A5 is in the IPAD 2.

This could also explain the delay – Apple has been struggling to meet demand for the iPad 2, and may have chosen to postpone the launch of the iPhone to 5, giving manufacturers time to develop actions for the iPad 2 before also with similar components iPhone 5.

Little else is known about what the iPhone will have five, but is expected to have an 8 megapixel camera manufactured by Sony (as the head of Sony, Howard Stringer, recently delivered.)

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