Today’s Apple rumor claims that the keynote presentation of the iPhone 5 could take place at the Worldwide Developer’s Conference (WWDC) to be held this year in June.
The source of this information is a firm named Daiwa Securities, an Asian financial services firm, Japan’s second largest securities brokerage, as quoted by the Commercial Times.
The rumor says that Apple might go back to basics and use the Moscone Center to present its new iPhone at this conference.
The site also provides a screenshot of the leaked calendar from San Francisco’s Moscone Center, hinting that the event could take place between June 10 and June 15.
Based on claims from Daiwa Securities, the site also indicates that the device will use “glass to glass” touch panel technology that will be supplied by TPK Holding and Wintek.
In addition, the blog MacOtakara announces that the iPad 3 will be unveiled in March during a presentation organized by Apple.
Finally, the Cupertino company will hold a “Strange” event in February for an unknown product, which seems odd given that it’s set to take place a few weeks before the release of the iPad.
Apple’s third-generation tablet is expected to hit the market in March, according to latest reports.