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Apple planning 12 September iPhone 5, iPad mini, new iPod event - rumour

Apple planning 12 September iPhone 5, iPad mini, new iPod event - rumour

Apple is planning to unveil its next iPhone at a special event on 12 September, alongside the iPad mini and new iPod nano

Apple is planning to unveil its next iPhone at a special event on 12 September, alongside the iPad mini and new iPod nano.

That's according to iMore, which claims that "sources who have proven accurate in the past," have said that the iPhone 5 will be available to buy on September 21, but the widely speculated 7.85in iPad's release date has not been specified, and the new iPod touch was not mentioned.

The report follows the earlier discovery of alleged iPhone 5 photographs, showing a device fully assembled from parts leaked from Chinese factories.

It is expected that Apple's sixth-generation iPhone will be taller, with a larger display, smaller dock connector, and a two-tone metal back.

See also:

iPhone 5 production begins in China, white front panel leaked - rumour iPhone 5 now available for pre-order in China iPhone 5 engineering sample leaked Apple about to see 'largest product cycle in consumer electronics' history' Ex-Apple staff back up iPad mini claims Apple iPad mini 'leaked in China' - pictures Does Apple really need a 7in iPad? Apple iPad mini to be announced by October - report


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