Any shred of doubt that the next iPhone is coming next month is slowly slipping away. This time, it was the CEO of France's Orange that let slip that his wireless carrier would be getting the iPhone 5 on October 15th.
Lately, the rumor mill has been churning about the imminent iPhone 5. Most peg it as a thinner phone with a bigger screen, offering up a new design for the phone. But Concord Securites' Ming-Chi Kuo has sources that say we shouldn't expect anything more than an iPhone 4 with a spec bump.
Well, this is interesting. Despite both AT&T and Verizon killing off unlimited data plans, Sprint is expected to offer up its same $40 unlimited plan that it offers on Android phones when it gets the iPhone 5.
There was a time when the iPhone and iPad counterfeiters of China would at least wait for a product to be officially released before coming up with their own alternative, but those days are apparently over.
According to reports, Apple's main manufacturer, Foxconn, is currently pumping out a whopping 150,000 iPhone 5s a day. That's a lot of iPhones!
The iPhone 5 is going to be officially unveiled any day now. ANY DAY NOW. Rumor has it the delicious looking plate of sushi you see above is a photo captured from a real iPhone 5. If so, then the iPhone 5 might get a megapixel boost.
Well, this is sort of shady. You know that iPhone prototype that Apple lost (again)? It turns out that the "police" who visited "suspect" Sergio Calderón weren't police at all. They were Apple investigators. Yes, that is illegal.
Last year, there was a big to-do in the tech world when an Apple engineer left an early version of the iPhone 4 at a San Francisco bar, only to have it found by someone who then sold it to Gizmodo. And good lord, Apple has gone and done it again.
Here's a leaked front panel of the "N94" model iPhone prototype, which is something presumably headed to stores in the not-too-distant future. But is it the iPhone 5, or the expected iPhone 4S?
Waiting for an iPhone 5? You'll have to wait longer than expected. Previously believed to launch in September, an AT&T vice president has purportedly confirmed that Apple's next iPhone will not debut until the first week of October.