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A new report suggests that Apple will be launching the iPhone 5 in late summer--early September to be specific.
Zach Epstein at BGR is saying that Ming-Chi Kuo, a KGI Securities analyst popular for providing accurate information on not-yet-released Apple products, told clients on Monday that Apple would likely launch the 6th generation iPhone in early September.
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Not only did he mention the approximate date but he also brushed upon arguably the most anticipated hardware spec of Apple's next smartphone: the display size.
Kuo he said the display would measure 4.08 inches, significantly larger than the current 3.5-inch iPhone 4 and 4S.
Rumors about the reportedly Steve-Jobs-designed iPhone 5 are plenty but the following list represents the features many are reporting the iPhone 5 will most likely possess:
4G LTE Connectivity
Liquid Metal Case
Rubber-like Material, a design enhancement
Head-phone Jack moved to the bottom
Smaller Dock Connector
A Given, but just awaiting announcement-
New Apple Mapping technology
New and improved SIRI
With the 2012 WWDC taking place this week, interest towards the 6th generation iPhone or iPhone 5 has been re-ignited to new sky-reaching heights.
On Monday, updates for the iCloud, SIRI, the new iOS 6 and the MacBook Pro 2012 with retina display were all introduced to the world; no iPhone 5 announcement, however (no gesture, hint, and/or indirect message was offered to give at least an inkling on what the new anticipated device would look like or when it would come.
Although very unlikely that Apple will make an iPhone 5-related-announcement this time, let's just hope Apple continues surprising us through other products and upgrades.