According to a report discovered by DigiTimes, Apple will finally unveil the iPhone 5 in June at it’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference.
In January we heard reports that the iPhone 5 production was underway at the Chinese manufacturing plant of Foxconn. And as if to back up such reports, we heard claims from the new Apple CEO, Tim Cook, about new iDevices and “amazing new products in the pipeline”.
Another recent report by DigiTimes also claims that Apple plans to launch an iPad 3, along with a new iMac and MacBook Air, this year. The iPad 3 will allegedly be followed by an iPad 4 in October.
Personally this doesn’t come as much of a surprise to us as Apple know people can’t get enough of its products, but it seems incredibly silly to launch an iPad 4 potentially 3 – 4 months after the iPad 3 launches.