Trying to predict when Apple launches its new products and what it includes in them has become an art these days. Many of us miss the mark by some distance. Then there are some who get it pretty close on a frequent basis. According to Korean site ETNews.co.kr, Apple is planning to release iPhone 5 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.
This goes against an early rumor that suggested iPhone 5 may be delayed for a while. ETNews claims it was Apple CEO Steve Jobs himself who leaked this latest rumor. We find that hard to believe. Considering that the story was published on April 1st, we have no choice but to be a bit skeptical about it.
So what features will iPhone 5 include? The good folks at nowhereelse.fr have put together a killer infographic that gives you a crash course on everything iPhone 5 (high resolution here):
Amid all these exciting rumors, AT&T has decided to increase its upgrade prices. Those of you who plan to upgrade to a later edition of iPhone before the end of your contract will have to pay an additional $50:
As mobile devices become more sophisticated, their cost goes up… This change reflects the increased costs, while still allowing us to offer customers the latest device before they qualify.
Not too many Apple fans will be happy with the latest fee increase. Does AT&T even care? That’s a whole other story.