Date: Tuesday, January 12th, 2010, 04:16
Category: iPhone, Rumor
It came from the rumor mill, so it must be true.
Per iPhon.fr, a group of “mobile operators” are citing that Apple is planning to release its next-generation iPhone in May this year as opposed to the June/July release dates that have historically been used in the past.
While this is still a rumor, the article itself was penned by the magazine’s editor in chief, a move which places a fair amount of credibility on the line. Within the article, a source is cited as claiming the early release move would help compete against tech giant Google, which recently released its Nexus One handset.
Stay tuned for additional details as they become available and let us know what you have to say.
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