By Anton D. Nagy | April 6, 2011 4:12 AM
OK, it looks like it’s one hot and then one cold. Just yesterday we head from Korea that the iPhone 5 — we’ll call it the next iPhone — will allegedly be launched in June, in a separate event after WWDC just for us to hear the contrary, again, today.
Because we know you love iPhone rumors, The Loop informs us that, according to the rumors they heard, the July rumors are completely false. Makes sense? We’ve had our fair share of questions regarding the Korean rumors including the big Q — more of a rhetorical question — on how would Korea get the next iPhone when it just recently got the 4th gen Apple smartphone after some six months?
Anyways, it’s rumors versus rumors but what’s likely is that we’ll probably see a dual-core CPU, larger, four-inch edge-to-edge screen, an eight-megapixel Sony camera — maybe the Exmor R sensor? — on a metal back plate with NFC chip inside and probably a 64GB model.
Update: PCWorld cites ETNews and tells us the following: “Though I can’t reveal the exact date, Apple has recently fixed the date, one day in the last week of June“. “The follow-up model of iPhone 4 will be launched in five to six countries first, including the U.S. and South Korea“. Now, you take sides and choose what to believe!