According to a new report published today, Apple will be releasing not only the iPhone 5 and iPhone 4S in September but also the iPad 3.
Yes, you heard that right. The report comes from Macotakara which claims that we will see not one, not two but three new products from Apple next month. That’s the reportedly the low-end iPhone 4S, the high-end iPhone 5 and the iPad 3. It’s one of the longest shots I’ve personally come across in my time here at Redmond Pie and that’s because of a wide variety of reasons.
Anyway, let’s get into the meat of the report: Macotakara suggests that the iPhone 4S and iPad 3 will be announced in the first week of September and then be released sometime in October. The reporter mentions the usually farfetched DigiTimes to support his report. They also claim that the iPhone 4S will be based on CDMA technology.
Will iPhone 4S and new iPad be started produce at the 1st week in September, and be released late October?
DigiTmes has reported about new iPhone and iPad “are likely to make their debuts in September and to hit the market in October.”. I listened similar information which supports
According to sources, iPhone 4S which is based on iPhone 4(CDMA) and new iPad will be started produce since 1st week in September and will be shipped in late October.
Although, fake iPhone which are distributed widely are told these are new iPhone, I’ve not found any information about iPhone 5 at this time.
We really, really aren’t expecting a new iPad to come along next month. The iPad 2 was released just a few months ago in March and sales are still exceptionally strong. Besides this, today’s report from Taiwan Economy News suggests that the iPad 3 will pack the Apple A6 chip which just started trial production meaning it’s not going to be ready for primetime until the first half of next year.
The bit about iPhone 4S seems somewhat likelier though, but we don’t understand why Macotakara specifically mentions that the 4S will be based on CDMA. If Apple does intend to enter the low-end smartphone market, they’ll want to ensure it reaches as many people as possible, so a GSM version would definitely accompany the CDMA one, provided that the fruit company actually does launch a low-end smartphone.