Reports on Tuesday suggest Apple will unveil the iPhone 5 at the end of June. This is not true.
[ad#Google Adsense 300×250 in story]My sources said today that rumors of an iPhone 5 release at the end of June were completely false.
The rumor started on a Korean site, translated by MacRumors, and that Apple had confirmed the news. Doesn’t it seem strange to anyone else that Apple would confirm the release of the iPhone 5 in Korea before confirming it in the U.S.?
The Loop first reported last week that Apple would not release any hardware at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference, instead focusing on software. Apple will talk about its iOS and Mac OS X operating systems.