Rumors have spread out that iPhone 5’s release might postpone to October or the iPhone 5 will use iOS 4 instead. Obviously when you do things the same way every year, people will start to expect it. Take iPhone for example, for the last four years, Apple has released a new version of the iPhone in June or July and unveiled the phone at its Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), held in June each year.
This year, though, things might change. The Loop has heard that WWDC will be “a software show in 2011, not a hardware event.” Apple may wait until October to release iPhone 5, after its 2010 fiscal year begins at September 24.
Is it because that iPhone 5 is waiting for the release of iOS 5, which is due to be finished in September?
It is also very likely that the iPhone 5 will adopt iOS 4. For the latest version iOS 4.3 has made great improvement on better Safari web browser performance, enhancement of Airplay and Personal Hotspot to connect with other WiFi capable devices.
The iPhone 4 may be another reason for the delay of iPhone 5. It is still a short time after iPhone 4 began on sale, so Apple may adjust the schedule to avoid a scenario where it shoots itself in the foot by releasing a new iPhone too early.
Apple is such a company who always gives us surprises. Who know what will happen? Let’s wait for the WWDC in June.
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