The iPhone 5 release topic just keeps getting more and more confusing doesn’t it? Hot on the heels of a speculation of iPhone 5 launch getting delayed due to overheating issues, we now hear the very reliable CNET reporting that the Cupertinos might release the iPhone 5 come 16th August. Why are they so convinced about the August release? We answer this very important question after the break.
Earlier we wrote in a post that iPhone 5 might be arriving in October, but we have an update here which we have discussed after the break.
9 to 5 Mac gang has gotten their hands on an interesting AT&T internal document which hints at a possible launch date for the iPhone 5. If our understanding of the document is correct, October is the month in which once Apple’s favorite son will start selling the much awaited iOS 5 powered phone.
Apple last night released two new TV commercials, showing iPhone 4’s FaceTime and AirPlay features. Both of these ads uses same style like previous “If you don’t have an iPhone” ads released by Apple. You can watch the ads after the break.
I don’t know about you but I certainly love writing and sharing the iPhone 5 mockups for two reasons. First and foremost, it brings forth a designer’s creativity and imagination. Secondly, it gives you a chance to see what the next iPhone may look like.
After many rumors and leaks, JailbreakMe 3.0 – the renowned jailbreaking tool by comex is finally here and a large number of users have already ‘jailbreaked’ their iDevices by using this safari-based jailbreaking tool, while many other iDevice owners are still in the waiting list and have not yet jailbreaked their devices. So, after the break – we have posted a poll asking users – Which device have they decided to jailbreak by using this comex’s latest tool.
A Taiwan-based company named Pegatron that manufactures the Apple products, has received orders for 15 millions iPhone 5 from Apple, reports Digitimes. According to sources, these 15 million smartphones will be shipping in September 2011.
The title of the post brings bad news as well as good news for iPhone lovers across the globe. AppleInsider citing RBC Capital Markets Analyst Mike Abramsky reports that the Cupertinos plan on selling the iPhone 3GS for free and will delay the nano iPhone launch till 2012, previously rumored for September 2011.
The rumor mill has gone crazy about iPhone 5 and there is a good chance that you would have become just a tad sick and tired of the next gen iPhone speculations. So here is something to cheer you up. Designer Michal Bonikowski has came up with a conceptual mockup of what the iPhone 5 might look like.