The iPhone 5 is widely rumored to be released in September. Some see the release already early September, but a new analyst report from Morgan Stanley is pointing towards the end of September as release for the new 2011 iPhone.
According to AppleInsider, Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty wrote in a note to clients on Sunday that Apple will start the iPhone 5 production in mid to late August. This prediction is likely based on information sourced from the supply chain. If true the sales launch is at the earliest end of September. On top of that supply will be limited. We already reported about the top 5 reasons why the iPhone 5 will be hard to find. If Apple is not starting production in July, the amount of iPhone devices will be limited for a September launch.
Katy Huberty also mentions that Apple is indeed in early designstages for a Television. We reported about the newly revived rumor last week. Additionally she also sees lower priced iPhones in the works as we noted yesterday in the iPhone 5 Lite Rumor.
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