Apple’s iPhone 5 will not cost a cent more than the iPhone 4S according to the rumour mills. If we follow the rumour the next generation iPhone will cost £125 for 16 GB, £187 for 32 GB and £250 for 64 GB without the contact with the network provider.
With less than two days remaining in the release of iPhone 5 the rumours are extending beyond the realm of apprehension. Apple has officially not made any announcements about the features of the iPhone 5.
The iPhone 5 has been codenamed N42 by Apple for the functioning of its retail business. The other rumours which are growing stronger are the release of novel iPods at the September 12th event. By forging allegiance with the rumours, Apple will be introducing a tune up to the iPod Shuffle, a new iPod Nano and iPod Touch.
The iPods have always been Apple’s September special events. Rumours suggest that new iPod Shuffle will be around the same price tag, but will feature eight colours, three more than the existing line.
The iPod Nano will reportedly support Wi-Fi and higher configuration. The iPod Touch will allegedly be the most enhanced versions from the previous variants of this iPod category.
The iPhone 5 rumour section is full to the brim with speculations about the features, components and the price of the smartphone. The speculations about the beginning of pre-orders after the unveiling of iPhone 5 are also growing large.
The fanatic iPhone 5 sources also report that there might be several new accessories on the market with the release of Apple’s iPhone 5.
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