The long anticipated Apple iPhone 5 has been discussed quite a lot. It’s for sure that all of people would like to expect a more wonderful new iPhone in all aspects, like larger screen display, higher screen resolution, more practical functions, better battery performance, etc. The latest report from WSJ cited that orders for new 4-inch-plus displays for the iPhone 5 will only commence in June, further suggesting a fall release.
The report, filed by Lorainne Luk and Juno Osawa, further support the wide-held belief that the new iPhone will feature a screen size increase somewhere in the 4-inch range, which means it would be more enjoyable for owners to watch HD videos on iPhone 5. This may not come as big news to those who have been following iPhone 5 rumors for the past year or so, but the WSJ article’s claims regarding the production and order schedule for the iPhone 5’s new display is noteworthy:
“Production is set to begin next month for the screens, which measure at least 4 inches diagonally compared with 3.5 inches on the iPhone 4S, the latest phone from Apple, the people said.”
The slogan for this year’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference, the event that Apple used to announce previous iPhone iterations up until last year, is “It’s the Week We’ve all Been Waiting For.” With the WSJ now asserting that iPhone 5 production has yet to officially begin, and a report from earlier in the week claiming that, according to the Foxconn CEO, the iTV will not see production commence until later in the year, it remains to be seen what Apple will release at this year’s WWDC that will live up to its own slogan.
iOS 6 and a new generation of MacBooks seems like a foregone conclusion, but it remains to be seen if these releases would “wow” Appledom to the level that would make WWDC week seem like “the week we’ve all been waiting for.”