iPhone 5 could ship on September 5th

According to Swisscom sources, the next iPhone could ship units in the US as early as September 5.

July 27, 2011
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The iPhone 5 could ship on the 5th of September; that’s the word from an anonymous source from Swisscom.

September 5th is a public holiday in America, meaning the exact date is unlikely to be accurate. However, there claim does hint at a possibly early September release for the device.

There are other factors that point towards an early September release, such as a report claiming that Pegatron was hired by Apple to manufacture 15 million iPhones, which it has since started.

There have also been reports from BGR that claim AT&T are setting up for a large mid-September launch.

Apple has also been hiring new staff for the September period, most notably sales specialists according to Cnet.

Read the full story over at: Computer World.

Tags: Apple, AT&T, iPhone 5, Pegatron, rumour

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