The word of an imminent launch of Apple’s next generation iPhone has been swirling around the interwebs for weeks. Many sites have all but assured the tech giant will launch the new iPhone sometime in the month of September. Of course, Apple in typical fashion has yet to officially confirm the phone’s launch date.
Well, since the Cupertino based company has remained mum, a German wireless carrier by the name of Mobilecom Debitel, has decided to spill the beans. Today the company sent out an announcement to its subscribers, claiming that Apple’s latest smartphone will hit stores next month. 9to5Mac points to the announcement, which they smartly machine-translated to read the following:
“In September, it’s finally time for a new generation of smartphone to go on sale. mobilcom-debitel allows you to find free e-mail about everything worth knowing about iPhone.”
Usually, carriers don’t leak out information like this ahead of such a big launch, especially when Apple almost never lets them in on its plans to announce a new product. Furthermore, there is no evidence that this is based on anything we haven’t heard already, so taking huge grains of salt on this latest speculation is advised.
That being said, I can’t blame them for blowing a little hot at their subscribers when you take into account all the biggest most credible publications in the world have all but confirmed the new iPhone’s arrival in September. Again, no confirmation from Apple, which isn’t new from a company who can be obnoxiously secretive.
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