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Topic # 88283 12-Aug-2011 21:01
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"Speaking with an insider at one of the UK’s largest chain of stores last month, we were told that during a meeting with Apple, the store was setting up for the iPhone 5 launch on 23rd September. Looks like Jobs is still fit enough to do a little shimmy and shake. KitGuru looks to tie down the real launch plans."

 Source: http://www.kitguru.net/apple/iphone/jules/iphone-5-and-ipad-3-get-pushed-out-to-march-2012/

Take it with a grain of salt but I have found kitguru to be fairly reliable in the past

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  Reply # 505776 12-Aug-2011 21:41
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More like a boulder of salt.

Here's my prediction:

- iPhone 5 debuts with iOS5 (like the new MacBook Air with OS X Lion)




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  Reply # 505778 12-Aug-2011 21:43
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corksta: More like a boulder of salt.

Here's my prediction:

- iPhone 5 debuts with iOS5 (like the new MacBook Air with OS X Lion)


I agree. the iPhone 5 is likely to appear with iOS 5




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  Reply # 505792 12-Aug-2011 22:12
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P1n3apqlExpr3ss: "Speaking with an insider at one of the UK?s largest chain of stores last month, we were told that during a meeting with Apple, the store was setting up for the iPhone 5 launch on 23rd September. Looks like Jobs is still fit enough to do a little shimmy and shake. KitGuru looks to tie down the real launch plans."

?Source:?http://www.kitguru.net/apple/iphone/jules/iphone-5-and-ipad-3-get-pushed-out-to-march-2012/

Take it with a grain of salt but I have found kitguru to be fairly reliable in the past


The ipad 3 was never going to be released so quickly after number 2, so it was always going to be next year. The iphone 5 is likely for later this year with ios5, along with a new itouch(hopely with a 3G microsim), as they need to put the new dual core processor into it.

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