IPhone 5 Launches 2nd Week Of September According To Chinese Newspaper

Posted: Jul 28 2011, 2:14am CDT | by , in Rumors | Apple

 
iPhone 5 launches 2nd Week of September according to Chinese Newspaper

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Earlier rumor reports pointed to a September 5 release of the iPhone 5.

The iPhone 5 is widely believed to be launched in September. A couple days a rumor made its round saying that the iPhone 5 will launch on September 5. Now China Times (via MacRumors) published a report saying that the iPhone 5 would launch in the 2nd week of September. They see the launch somewhere between the 6 and 15th of September. Additionally the report claims that the initial production is 4 million. A 400,000 test run production is already underway.

The report on China Times also mentions the iPad 3. They actually sya the iPad 3 would arrive in time for Black Friday. They claim that Apple would like to ship the iPad 3 sooner, but there are supply issues. As I reported before, I do not see any reason for Apple to release a new iPad this year.

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