The iPhone 5 Is Probably Coming October 4th

The iPhone 5 Is Probably Coming October 4th
The iPhone 5 is coming on October 4, sort of. While we're not apt to believe all iPhone 5 rumors we hear, last week The New York Times's Nick Bilton reported that the latest Apple gadget announcement was "weeks away," and AllThingsD's John Paczkowski has confirmed that timeline. "Tuesday, October 4. That’s the day Apple is currently expected to hold its next big media event, according to sources close to the situation, where the tech giant will unveil the next iteration of its popular iPhone." The other notable star of this reported media event is new Apple CEO Tim Cook. It would make sense that his debut would accompany the iPhone 5 release, continues Paczkowski.

Even if Cook falls flat, nobody will notice because they'll be all googly-eyed over the new device.
Related: The New iPhone Is Coming in October

The date that all tech bloggers have marked in their Google Calendars is not new. Back in July, 9to5mac called an the October 4 release back in July, based on an internal AT&T insurance memo.

But before you rearrange your schedule so you can spend the night waiting outside the Mac store, there's one catch: The phone won't release to the public that day, reports Paid Content. "Apple is also expected to start selling the new iPhone within weeks of the announcement."

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