Apple iPhone 5 Rumor Heats Up in India; November launch On The Cards


Apple iPhone 5 Rumor Heats Up in India; November launch On The Cards


Come September and the tech media industry is going to witness the biggest launches in the history of gadgets so far.

Tech giant Apple is first in the list with a special event on September 12, where the Cupertino-based company is expected to unveil the next iPhone alongside iOS 6.

With this bit of information about the upcoming iPhone's launch, its time for the Apple fanboys of India to update themselves about the company's plans for the upcoming iPhone's release in the country.

The folks over BGR have recently come up with an exclusive report, that “Apple will change the way it retails the iPhone in India. Rather than relying on carriers alone, this year Apple will launch the iPhone in the open market as well. This means the iPhone will be available to buy across retail stores and not just a few retailers apart from Airtel and Aircel stores.”

In addition, the report suggests that Apple is not in talks with any of the Indian carriers regarding the orders for Nano SIM cards. An inside source of BGR, which has come up with the report claims that a period of eight weeks is needed to get the Nano SIM cards after placing the orders for the same, indicating that iPhone 5 might not come to India in October.

According to the latest report, Apple is planning to release the iPhone 5 in the country during the popular festival Diwali, which falls on November 13, 2012.

The much awaited iPhone 5 across the globe is rumored to come packed with 9 pin dock connector, a larger 4 inch display, iOS 6, improved Siri, 1GB RAM, 8MP rear camera, 2MP front camera for video calling, liquidmetal casing and an improved battery for better backup.

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