iPhone 5 Wont Have iOS 5 in June: Your Thoughts
Recently there has been rumour that Apple may push out the next iteration of their operating system, iOS 5 next month, although nothing was heard about iOS 5 during the Apple iPad 2 event. However the word is now that iOS 5 will not make an appearance until later in the year.
According to an article over on Phone Dog, the guys over at Tech Crunch are claiming a couple of “solid sources” have Apple might unveil iOS 5 during WWDC in June however will not release the OS at that time.
Apparently the word is iOS 5 will not see release until a new version of the Apple iPad and will be built around the cloud with new Apple services, apparently one of which could be a “music locker” service and possibly a friends and family location service.
Thus if this new rumour is spot on it means the iPhone 5 probably wont come out to play packing iOS 5, Apple usually launches a new iPhone alongside a new iOS, but it appear if true Apple is changing tactics.
So when Apple unveils the iPhone 5 it will probably come out sporting iOS 4+, but will Apple break from tradition with the iPhone 5 and iOS 5? We’d like to hear your thoughts on this latest rumour, which you can voice to our comments area below.