Apple traditionally unveils its new iPhone on every WWDC event, and this time there is a high expectation that the Apple iPhone 5 is on the brink of its release. The legitimacy of the devices’ launch is strengthened by the reports that has put forth the release date of the iPhone 5, which are entirely based on the leaked WWDC 2011 schedule.
The initial speculation of the iPhone 5 device launch was stirred up after the mysterious “Corporate Meeting” event listed on the Moscone schedule. This event has been booked by Apple and the next installment of the iPhone, Apple iPhone 5, is rumored to be announced during this event — and the event is likely to happen between June 5th and June 9th.
Based on the multi-core Cortex A9 chip, Apple iPhone 5 will be powered up by the A5 processor. If the rumors are to be believed, the device will feature a built-in Near Field Communication chip which is geared towards the users to carry and operate their Mac desktop data on-the-go. Note that none of this information is official, so it is better to draw a line at this rumored specs.
Lastly, it is safe to say that we can expect the big news to be unfolded in the month of June. I really hope the new Apple iPhone 5 will undergo a total restructuring. For now, its time for the hordes of Apple fanboys to wish that this is the next-gen iPhone:
Obviously, the launch date is nearing as we speak. In September 2012, Apple’s new CEO, Tim Cook, will come up with the launch of iPhone 5. So, the dates are nearing for one of the most anticipated smartphone of our era.
Further Reading: Latest iPhone 5 Rumor Roundup.