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iPhone 5 release date rumors in September; iPad mini August launch date

by Nicole
May 9, 2012 at 8:53 am

According to latest reports, iPad Mini is set to be launched next August while the iPhone 5 will arrive a month later.

Digitimes reports that Pegatron Technology has landed orders for the next iPhone which is rumored to be launched in September.

A September release would confirm previous rumors which stated that the sixth-generation iPhone will arrive a year after the launch of the iPhone 4S that debuted in October.

The site also writes that Apple is planning to offer a mini iPad with a 7 inch screen and a screen resolution of 1,024 by 768 pixels in the month of August.

Digitimes mentions that the production of the iPad Mini has been entrusted to Foxconn.

But the rumors don’t end here as Pegatron is also said to be responsible for producing parts for another iPad sporting a 10 inch screen, scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2012.

In order to meet the demands from Apple, the company is said to have reduced other activities, such as the production of motherboards.

Apple is one of Pegatron’s largest customers at the moment for which the company allocates most of its resources.

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