Apple May Unveil iPhone 5 And Announce iOS 5 Release Date On June 5th?
Folks at AppleBitch have spotted that the Moscone center has been booked for a Corporate Meeting between June 5th and 9th.
Since the Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) is typically a 5-day event, which Apple holds at the Moscone center, it is being widely speculated that this yearâ€™s WWDC will be held between June 5th and 9th.
At last yearâ€™s event , Apple had unveiled iPhone 4, renamed iPhone OS as iOS and announced the release date of iOS 4, which included features such as multitasking, folders, retina display, enhancements to mail, camera and photo apps, much deeper enterprise integration and 100 new features.
We’ really hope to see Steve Jobs who is currently on medical leave, to take center stage at the event with the likes of Tim Cook, Phil Schiller, and Scott Forstall to tell us about their latest creations.
It will be interesting to see if iPhone 5 will be support both CDMA and GSM networks, which seems to be a possibility based on yesterday’sÂ Verizon iPhone 4 teardown, which revealed that it comes with a Qualcomm “Gobi” MDM6600 wireless chip, which supports both GSM and CDMA.
We canâ€™t wait to find out the new features and improvements in the fifth generation iPhone 5 and iOS 5.Â Whatâ€™s on your wish list? Let us know in the comments section below.
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