iPhone 5 Release Date September, 21
According to some sources, iPhone 5 release date September 21 is a true story. A new piece of unconfirmed evidence about the unannounced until now iPhone 5 appeared in the pages of many information portals. The source of it this time was the French-language web site App4Phone, calling a manufacturer of accessories for Apple smartphones as their source of information.
But more important is another message stating that a future iPhone will get a new connector to connect to a computer and recharging. The familiar 30-pin connector, which can be found in the iPhone, iPod and iPad since 2003, will be replaced with a new 19-pin connector. Other likely changes include the transfer of slots for headphones with the upper left-hand side of the device on the bottom and a length of iPhone 5 of 124 mm. The new iPhone screen size should reach 3.95 inches versus the current 3.5.
According to the famous French resource App4phone.fr became aware that the new generation iPhone will have to appear on September 21. We shouldn’t strongly believe these rumors as we all know Apple does not like to spread the word about their new products. According to the resource Apple has reported on the smartphone’s release date. The second reason for the rumor not to be trusted is company’s updates cycle for all Apple products, but as we know iPhone 4S was presented on October 14 and the company will not move away from that date much. I almost forgot the most important thing, according to a resource, the new iPhone screen size will be larger than its predecessor, the company also will reduce the dock connector at the device.
It is difficult to say what the nature of the engineering considerations have forced Apple to change the usual slot. Perhaps, Apple is preparing to release a new iPod nano of a smaller size than before, or leave more place for the more capacious battery, which obviously does not interfere with the new processor and increased screen diagonal size. Whatever it was, in terms of marketing this solution seems pretty obvious. Numerous third-party peripherals suddenly become unfit for the new device, so they will either have to release their new models, or adapters for existing ones. In any case, the recovery of activity related to the ecosystem of iOS will be guaranteed.