By Anton D. Nagy | August 15, 2011 3:38 AM
So the ping-pong ball has been back and forth two times now related to Apple’s releasing the next iPhone. There were initial September rumors that were quickly waved off and then again, yesterday’s September rumor was quickly countered by an October one. We’ll never know the truth until the event invites are being sent out.
According to Macotakara, the production of the next iPhone (along with the production of the next iPad) will only start on the first week of September. If this is the case, then we’ll definitely see Cupertino launch the next Apple-phone sometime in October and not September as rumored, even though a mid-to-late September launch is still possible. At least we know it’s not going to be September 7. Or will it?