As we’ve previously talked about the alleged launch of the “iPhone 5S” – the next iPhone incarnation expected to roll out this year – word has it that pre orders for the said mobile will be made available by June 2013.
Based on a report featured by French website Nowhereelse.fr, a report alleged to have been handed out as internal communiqué for employees of KDDI, a Japan-based telecom company, talks about how pre orders for the “iPhone 5S” will be available by the 20th of June, with the said mobile to arrive by July.
Allegedly, the upcoming “iPhone 5S” will roll out with the new iOS 7 out of the box, just as it is rumored to sport a 13 Megapixel primary camera.
While no official statement from Apple regarding the authenticity of the rumor has been issued, various online outfits are also not keen on vouching or denying the possible factuality of the said document.
With Tim Cook, Apple’s CEO, noted to have issued a statement delving into product “surprises” by the fall quarter of 2013, the apparent pre order availability of an “iPhone 5S” has been met with piqued interests.
Matched by a report by noted analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, which essentially looks into how Apple is more focused on updating its MacBook series, the alleged pre order availability of the “iPhone 5S” has raised a lot of questions.
Think Apple will really be rolling out an “iPhone 5S” before fall? Or is this another overblown rumor that’s not really going to amount to anything much?