Rumor: Redesigned iPhone 5 May Be Delayed Due To A5 Chip Overheating Issue?

News | Thursday July 14 2011 1:39 AM | Comments (0) Tags: , , , , , ,

The iPhone 5 rumor mill is working overtime.
, Apple ’s faster dual-core A5 processor that currently powers
, which might delay the launch of Apple ’s fifth generation
Apple is widely expected to launch the eagerly awaited iPhone 5 later this fall.
Due to the emergence of Apple ‘s current A5 processor overheating problem, so Apple will not soon be launching a new generation of the iPhone 5 smartphones, but Apple will launch this fall is still an iPhone 4, enhanced mobile products or the name iPhone 4S, this iPhone 4S is mainly based on the iPhone 4 on minor upgrades and no significant upgrade.
According to Sohu, the A5 chip overheating issue initially forced Apple to delay the launch of iPhone 5 to late August and early September timeframe instead of the annual June-July timeframe. However, according to the report, the launch of a completely
iPhone 5 has now been pushed to 2012 and Apple will launch a specs bumped iPhone 4S later this year.
does not have a track record with Apple related rumors so take this with a pinch of salt.
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