9to5Mac is reporting that Apple plans to begin pre-orders for the next iPhone on September 30 in anticipation for an October 7 launch. According to sources, Apple has been mulling on whether to release the new iPhone on October 7 or October 14, but decided with the former because of how quickly production is moving along.
Apple has still not officially announced or finalized a pre-order start date, or a launch date- for the iPhone 4. It's also rumored that the company will release two different versions of the iPhone: one as an upgrade, and possibly a cheaper, pre-paid model. It's also likely that the update will feature a faster processor, a better camera and, of course, iOS 5.
As we edge closer to September, the August rumor cycle begins steaming up. Will September 7 prove the magic day? Will the iPhone 5 make its appearance? Will you be able to buy it that day? And what about this mysterious discount iPhone we keep hearing about? Prepaid? All in the cloud? What gives?
As the summer winds down, all eyes are now on Apple’s annual fall event, where the company is presumed to release iCloud and iOS 5, likely alongside a next generation iPhone as well. The company’s music-centric events have generally been held in the first part of September, and a new rumor claims this year’s shindig should be right on schedule as well.
Rob Shoesmith doesn't need an official release date for the iPhone 5 to get in line, he just gets in line. Now. No matter that some people believe the next iPhone won't be out until October; Shoesmith is already there, first in line.
Rumors, rumors, everywhere rumors, the iPhone 5 is coming! But when? And does it look like the sweet picture in our gallery? We can only hope. That's a hot tip all right, and it matches some other bits of information coming in, so it looks like we're down to team September release or team October. But what other hot news what shaking the Applesphere this week? Let's have a look see, shall we?
While neither company is popping the champagne just yet, rumors claim that Apple and China Telecom have reached a “preliminary agreement” that would bring not one, but two iPhones to the carrier this fall -- the iPhone 5 and a scaled-down iPhone 4.
As iCal turns to the last full month of summer, we begin to turn our sun drenched thoughts to the hopes and promises of fall -- back to school, the start of football, baseball playoffs, and new stuff from Apple. We know iCloud is coming, and iOS 5 is certainly calling, but there is one growing sand worm of a rumor that keeps pulling us back into the land of unsubstantiated guesses: iPhone 5. So, what is the deal with the next iPhone? Honestly, we have no idea. But, we have been keeping track of the most likely, or at least most interesting, rumors regarding this mythical beast. Rumors from around the world. For serious. So, fear not faithful readers, and let us guide you through the land of "inside sources" and "analyst predictions" to share with you the latest iPhone 5 rumors!
Ever since Apple declared this year’s WWDC a software-only event, rumors have persisted that the next iPhone would be unveiled in September. That changes today, with a new report claiming those rumors are false -- the real release won’t come until October.
It's Friday! You know what that means: time for another episode of The Mac|Life Show. This week, Robbie and Flo try to get everything straight: what's going on with that iPhone 5 case prototype, and why does Facebook have an iPad app all of a sudden? We'll tell you, but only if you watch the show.