Support executives at German cell phone operator Deutsche Telekom seems to have been told to entice its customers to stay back by claiming that the next iPhone will go on sale on September 19. While it indeed is a pitch to retain customers, news about upcoming cell phones indeed reaches operators first so that they can prepare themselves for applications and product support.
It is a well educated guess indeed, considering the fact that Apple had indeed chosen the month of September for the sales launch of its iPhones over the years. Both the iPhone 5s and the “affordable” iPhone 5c were up for sale in America and Europe on the 20th of September. The same goes for older iPhone 5 with the 4S being launched a few weeks later. The announcement obviously comes a bit earlier, the part that all of us are waiting for.
The hotly anticipated device is said to come in two sizes, thinner and with faster processing thanks to the rumoured A8 processor that Apple is cooking up for the iPhone 6. Moreover the phone will be sturdier and will sport the much talked about sapphire coated display for enhanced protection against scratches.
So if you are about to purchase that expensive iPhone 5s, we suggest you hold to it a bit longer.