Wednesday, February 23, 2011

iPhone 5 late? False news

According to what is reported via a Tweet by Reuters, a source confirmed that, as suspected, the noise from the suspension of iPhone 5 next fall (as well as those arriving at the end of June iPad 2) are in fact false.

The news followed two different reports that both the major releases of IOS planned for this year would have suffered an unfortunate delay due to the long time required to Apple to find the pieces needed to create the device.

Jim Dalrymple of The Loop reports that the allegations are simply untrue, and that both devices are in line with the roadmap.

From what I heard this morning, both devices are on schedule and will be sold when it is expected that will be. Only Apple knows exactly when it will be, but for now there are no delays. It seems incredible that the rumor that Apple is unable to present a product in a timely fashion may exist, since no product has yet been presented. The only limits are set by the media, not from Apple.

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