We’re sure some are wondering when Apple’s alleged iPhone 5S will be making its debut. Some are assuming it will be towards the later part of the year which has been the time when Apple has revealed its phones in the past, like the iPhone 4S and the iPhone 5. However some are speculating that perhaps it might see a mid-year launch which was typical of Apple until the iPhone 4S. In any case the folks at Nowhereelse.fr have managed to get their hands on what appears to be a leaked document from Japanese carrier, KDDI, alleging that a pre-sale announcement of the iPhone 5S will kick off on the 20th of June with sales beginning in July.
The document also lists some of the changes that will be brought to the iPhone 5S, namely a 13MP camera and iOS 7, with the latter more or less expected, while the former is still up in the air, although an upgrade wouldn’t be a stretch of the imagination. The dates do line up with Apple’s WWDC which takes place from the 10th of June until the 14th, with Apple usually putting products up for pre-order weeks after they have been announced. Of course the legitimacy of this alleged document cannot be verified as they could have easily been printed from any printer, so take this with a grain of salt for now.
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