Rumour has it that the unveiling of the new Apple products are just around the corner. It all may go down as pure speculation but a lot of the speculations did come true last year if we stop and think about the whole iPhone 4s mystery etc. The best thing that keeps us all gadget geeks excited and on our toes is the fact that no one knows what might happen until the time a product finally gets unveiled.
According to a new speculative report doing the rounds is a comment by an analyst at Daiwa Securities, who told a Chinese paper ‘The Commercial Times‘ that the next-generation iPhone will be launched at the Apple’s Worldwide Conference in June. The statement might sound quite agreeable, as previously a lot of the products did surface in June, apart from the iPhone that arrived in October.
Regarding the suggestion that the new iPhone will be named ‘iPhone 5′ is something a large number of tech bloggers agree upon, in addition to the common notions of expecting the new phone to be slimmer, lighter, and more powerful than the predecessors.
As we get closer to the release of the iPad 3 there’s some serious anticipation and excitement building up. The previous iPad 2 model was also released around this time last year so it’s pretty rational (probably) to anticipate the iPad 3 to arrive in March.