The anticipated Apple iPhone 5 release date has not been announced, at least not from Apple. Yet, a trusted company thinks the date may be beyond the June launch date, as many hoped for.
It's rapidly becoming an HTC Thunderbolt release date debacle, but in the tech-heavy world in which devices get created over coffee and shuffle board, it's understandable.
If you're one of those tried and true holdouts for the next big thing, you may beÂ disappointedÂ to discover that the Apple iPhone 5 release date may be pushed to a land far, far away. Rumors about an "announced" date are false, at this time.
According to a trusted financial analyst company, Avian Securities, aÂ source close to the production of the smart phone device hinted on a late 2011 or 2012 launch date.
It goes that Apple is in line for a production date of September 2011. And based on times of assembly, testing, shipping, marketing, and retailing, the likelihood of a 2011 launch date is pushing it.
WhatÂ’s more, June is not even a possibility, unless the public has all been hoodwinked. Don't rule that out; stranger things have happened.
Because the September production date for the device is likely credible, a rush to market is not likely this year.
Are you upset that the Apple iPhone 5 release date is fading fast, and 2012 is a likely scenario for launch? If you're just cracking open the packaging to your iPhone 4, you're probably thinking,Â please let it be 2012, please, please, please.
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