Can you actually believe that Apple won’t go a year without releasing a brand new iPhone? Sarcasm aside, people shouldn’t have really doubted an iPhone 5 release date this September. Apple knows what’s at stake in regards to Android VS iOS.
9 To 5 Mac now reports: “The next generation iPhone has reached the final testing stage (aka “AP” stage [Thanks, Chronic!]) and is now being carried around by high level Apple and carrier executives. Although this has been assumed since the no-iPhone-at-WWDC-rumors broke, the current plan is for a September launch for the next-generation iPhone.”
While 9 To 5 Mac was digging around the iOS 5 SDK beta, they found references to TWO iPhones: “N94″ and “N93.” N93 is being reported as an iPhone 4 with an A5 processor. However, GSM iPhones are N90 while CDMA ones are N92. They then suggest that these two new aliases might be the Sprint and/or T-Mobile iPhones already previously rumored.
Lastly and sadly, the SDK apparently reveals or suggests that iPhone 5 will be keeping its 5 megapixel camera. This is in direct contrast with Sony saying the next gen iPhones will be equipped with 8MP ones.
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