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Analyst: iPhone 5 is coming in October

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 22 Apr 2012 13:38 User comments (7)

Analyst: iPhone 5 is coming in October Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster has thrown his prediction out on when the next iPhone is coming.
Munster, known for his accurate analysis on Apple, says the device is likely coming in October, one year after the release of the iPhone 4S.

The device will be physically redesigned for the first time in years, and will include LTE support, as expected.

Despite Qualcomm stating this week it will have supply constraints on certain 28mm chips, Munster says this should not affect Apple whatsoever.

Outside of the redesign and LTE, there is little else known about the upcoming device, its hardware or its software.

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7 user comments

122.4.2012 13:53

I have two words for this story, the first is big the second is whoop. Are there still not major issues with the 4S?


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222.4.2012 14:30

jaja everybody to ebay .

322.4.2012 15:55

bla bla iphone this iphone that pfft

422.4.2012 19:49

Originally posted by jeff_2:
I have two words for this story, the first is big the second is whoop. Are there still not major issues with the 4S?

What "major issues" would those be? Do issues that only up to around 5% of people say they have count as major?

523.4.2012 8:07

Wow,every Oct. some sort of new Iphone releases....

623.4.2012 15:06

Originally posted by xnonsuchx:
Originally posted by jeff_2:
I have two words for this story, the first is big the second is whoop. Are there still not major issues with the 4S?

What "major issues" would those be? Do issues that only up to around 5% of people say they have count as major?
I'd also like to know. Because I've had my 4s since launch and so have a bunch of other of my friends and nobody has ever had issues. My phone has never even frozen, EVER, and I leave it on for weeks. Apple makes great hardware compared to most companies and a lot of people don't know this.

723.4.2012 23:50

They should allow custom roms, just saying cause it seems the only real change will be the LTE.

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