iPhone 5 news have been rife this week as well.
Reports of an iPhone 5S release date in 2013 appeared on Tuesday, with production rumored to have already started.
Sales of the iPhone 5 and iPad mini have proved to be higher than previous estimates, according to Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty.
iPhone 5 ship time has been reduced from “3 – 4 weeks” to “2 – 3 weeks” at Apple’s online store for all models including the 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB versions of black and white.
The WhatsApp Messenger app with iPhone 5 support has been made available in the App Store.
iPhone 5 display support was also included in new Skype update.
The recently-released iOS 6.0.1 has posed problems to some users who have complained about not being able to sync their devices to the iTunes.
Two Lightning-compatible speaker docks were unveiled by JBL, offering compatibility with the iPhone 5, the iPad Mini, the new iPod range and the updated 4th generation iPad.
Olloclip sells a new 3-in-1 lens kit for the iPhone 5 that includes a fisheye, wide angle and macro lens.
If you’re not interested in cases or kits, maybe a handcrafted new look will work for you.
An iPhone 5 user found a way to turn the scratches and scuffs on his new device into a gain.
Chris from Braeburn Acoustics took a black and a white iPhone 5 and made a cross between the two devices.
iPhone 5 steel replica looks very much like the original model, but paper touchscreen coughs it up.
An iPhone 5 model was made out of a steel plate that was cut and polished according to the device’s dimensions.
Of course, comparisons between the iPhone 5 and other devices were also presented.
Finally, Citizen announced the release of the new Eco-Drive Proximity Watch that has been created to work with the iPhone 4S and iPhone 5.