iPhone 5 To Launch In Second Week Of September [Report]

iPhone 5 To Launch In Second Week Of September [Report]

According to a report from China Times, the much awaited next generation iPhone or iPhone 5, is likely to be launched in the second(2nd) week of September.

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Suppliers are making around 400,000 trial units at present and there will also be an initial order of 4 million units of iPhone for sale during the launch date.

Long-awaited new iPhone plan for the second week of September (September 6 to 15) choose the listing, the first batch of 400 million units in terms of shipments, component suppliers will ship before this week trial production of 400,000 units. Mainly responsible for assembly of Hon Hai is expected victory, 8 to 9 monthly revenue forecast is expected to be high, and the remaining components plant performance will be higher.

The report also claims that the next generation iPad which is rumoured to have a 2048*1536 Retina Display will NOT be launched until November(Thanksgiving).

In addition, Apple iPad another version of a deadly weapon components supplier in less than a possible extension to market before Thanksgiving, but also change the mining machine sea tactics, the first shipments will substantially pulled, the appeal of “quality without additional price “approach swept flat-panel market.

The shortage of components may be one of the reasons for this delay. It will surely be a surprise for many users if Apple launches both iPhone 5 and iPad 3 in the same year as the iPad 2.

Prior to this, a Senior Executive at Swisscom said that iPhone 5 will be launched in US on September 5. The report was later confirmed by AT&T.

Coming to its design and features, it is expected to have a thinner and tapered design with features like dual core A5 processor, camera with higher megapixels, doubling of RAM, prolonged battery life and a larger edge-to-edge retina display. Meanwhile, check out our complete iPhone 5 rumour roundup.

[via MacRumors]