Posts Tagged ‘Release Date’
According to Macotakara’s Chinese sources, Foxconn and Pegatron are working hard to fulfill Apple’s manufacturing orders – Foxconn will produce approximately 85% of Apple’s orders where as Pegatron will produce around 15%.However, assembled iPhone 5s are sitting around in a factory somewhere without packaging because iOS 5 isn’t complete yet.
Focus.de (a Germain site) has reported that customers with Deutsche Telekom (T-Mobile’s parent company) can now reserve Apple’s unannounced iPhone 5. They are issuing “Premieren Tickets” on a first-come first-serve basis that will eventually let customers claim the iPhone 5. After Focus.de published their article, Bloomberg verified it with a spokesperson from the carrier – […]
With Apple’s unannounced Fall event right around the corner, Apple has started iOS 5 and iCloud training to help prepare their retail employees for the company’s next major iOS software and hardware release. According to 9to5Mac’s sources, training will actually take place on a computer via Apple’s new internal software application called “RetailMe”.
Someone from Best Buy leaked an internal sales document (pictured above) to BGR that suggests the store is expecting an iPhone 5 launch in the first week of October – the document also mentions a Sprint iPhone 5.
According to This is my next, they’ve been tipped off about an internal Best Buy document that details an “Apple Fixture Installation” on Friday, October 21st. Their sources have also informed them that this isn’t “a run-of-the-mill installation”, the “manager/key carrier” needs to be available at 6:00 AM – most of Best Buy’s installations take […]
Even though it seems obvious, according to SprintFeed, Sprint has told their dealers not to discuss the possibility of the iPhone 5 coming to Sprint. They also told their dealers that if “customers want to know more, refer them to the Sprint.com Newsroom for the latest public information” even though it’s highly unlikely that their […]
Soon after yesterday’s iPhone 5 for Sprint news, MacTrast stepped in and claimed that T-mobile will also sell Apple’s upcoming iPhone 5: The informant, who requested to remain anonymous, went on to claim that the iPhone 5 would also operate at 3G speeds on T-Mobile US network. Current unlocked iPhone 4 units can only operate at at […]
After The Wall Street Journal reported that Sprint might sell Apple’s iPhone 5 upon the device’s release, Sprint’s stock went up 10% before the market closed.