It seems that Apple’s much talked about next-generation iPhone has gone through the rumor mill so many times, you can’t quite tell what is what now. The latest analyst report claims that Apple will be kicking off production of their next-generation iPhone later this summer – which is slightly ahead of the projected late Q3 launch. According to Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty, having issued the note to clients today after the conclusion of meetings in Taiwan last week, touted that “Apple’s next iPhone will begin production in mid to late August and ramp aggressively”.
What do you think? If you are not in a hurry to purchase a new iPhone, will this piece of news make you wait so that the newest model will arrive in your hands? Or do you don’t really care about whether you have the latest model, only knowing that an iPhone 4 in your hands is good enough for everyday use? Only time will tell as usual in cases like these.
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