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Apple iPhone 5 to release on October 7'2011
After much talk, reports are trickling in that the iPhone 5 is, in all probability, slated to be launched on Friday, October 7, and will be available for pre-order from September 30. As per 9to5 Mac, it was a standoff between the seventh and a week later

HOWEVER, TAKING into consideration the smooth operation of the smartphone's pre-mass-production levels, Apple is said to have opted for the former date. Reportedly, the company also has plans to offer the much expected device on pre-order, and is actually counting its alternatives between September 29 and 30. First covered by TiPB and also according to 9to5, the latter is coming across as the winning competitor as far as the reporting of news is concerned.


It's reported that the iPhone 5 will run on Apple's dual-core A5 mainframe and boast an 8MP photographic camera along with iOS 5. It is also believed that it will come outfited with vista photography functionalities and the voice-based piloting arrangement. While some hypothesize that the design will be similar to that of its forerunner, others propose that it will have a svelte cast.

Seemingly, Apple seems to be recurrently switching the launch dates of its latest smartphone, although this time the date seems to be a somewhat static one. Furthermore, supposition is prevailing that an initial media event, proclamation of the pre-order date and the release date can all take place on different days over a time period of several weeks. For now the release and pre-order date of October 7 and September 30, respectively, seem to be attaining credence.


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