Until now, we’ve heard quite a few rumors about the iPhone 5, and we’ll certainly hear more until the smartphone gets to be officially announced. The latest piece of info regarding the new iPhone 5 comes from Commercial Times: According to Daiwa Securities, the fifth generation iPhone should be released in US on June 2012 at WWDC in a corporate event staged by Apple.
In addition, Daiwa Securities claims that the iPhone 5 will utilize “glass to glass” (G/G) touch panel technology which will benefit suppliers TPK Holding and Wintek.
The official dates for the 2012 conference have not yet been announced, but the Moscone’s event calendar suggests that iPhone 5 could be released between 11th June and 15th June. A complete week has been blocked for a “Corporate Event” which typically acts as a placeholder for WWDC.
If history of is any indication, iPhone 5 could be released on 15th June 2012. June 15th falls on a Friday and Apple prefers to launch its new iPhone models on Thursdays or Fridays. I bet June 15th as the most ideal date for a iPhone 5 debut. What about you?