Though the schedule of WWDC 2011 has fixed with the releasing topics. The most disappointing news of this years is there is no iPhone 5. But the rumor is not stoping. Another rumor is flying through the web about iPhone 5. Macrumors via Korean site ETNews.co.kr, have reported that Apple is planning to release iPhone5 in the 4th week of June.
iPhone 5, the next model of iPhone 4, will be released on the coming 4th week of June. In the midst of the iPhone 5 postponement rumors, Apple has confirmed that iPhone 5 will be released as planned and it will be released simultaneously in Korea through SK Telecom and KT.
Many expected Apple to deliver a new device at its Worldwide Developer’s Conference scheduled for June 6th – roughly 12 months after the release of its iPhone 4. But recent reports had suggested that a new handset wouldn’t arrive until later on in the year – possibly around September – with WWDC focusing solely on Mac OS X and iOS.
Rather than citing a source, however, ETNews seems to be attributing Apple – with Steve Jobs himself apparently confirming the information.
Though we’re unconvinced Steve would give away such information, mobile carriers have previously been a source of leaked information prior to product launches.
Let’s see where’s the rumor end. Stay with us for the latest update.