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iPhone 5S & iOS 7 WWDC 2013 June announcement all possible

Under: Apple iPhone, Events
Date: November 15th, 2012

The latest and arguably greatest version of the Apple iPhone has been with us for a good few weeks now, and as always with the company some are thinking already about what we will see from Apple next year. It seems that an iPhone 5S and iOS 7 announcement at WWDC 2013 are all possible.

Reports first emerged recently that Apple would begin testing the iPhone 5S next month, and if this was to be the case the device could easily make its debut at the annual WWDC event sometime in June. The company changed its usual way of introducing its new smartphone with the iPhone 4S, and launched the handset during the fall with the same happening with the launch of the current model.

There is some thought that Apple wouldn’t release yet another version of the iPhone so quickly after the iPhone 5 became available, but the company has just the launched a 4th generation iPad only a few months after its predecessor. Although the iPhone is the company’s flagship product and surely bringing out a new model so quickly would seriously damage Apple’s reputation.

Previously there was a thought that we saw a fall iPhone release due to US Verizon carrier first getting the iPhone 4 only a few months before that years WWDC event, as well as the illness to former CEO Steve Jobs.

If Apple were going to move from the iPhone 5 and straight to the iPhone 6 surely WWDC would be too soon as the company would need longer for testing and getting enough units manufactured, but we will probably have to wait until 2014 to see the iPhone 6.

By the time that spring comes around if there has been no beta release of iOS 7 it would be highly unlikely that we will see a new iPhone next June. Some were left a little disappointed with the iPhone 5 even with its increase in screen size, but 4-inches is still a long way behind the majority of the competition.

There is no doubt we will see another iPhone at some point next year, but history shows it will likely be another refresh with improved internals such as a quad core processor and other slight tweaks. The last couple of years the WWDC event has seen new iOS features take centre stage instead of a new iPhone, and then this allows a new iPhone model be released during the fall and the busy holiday shopping season.

Do you think we will see a new iPhone model at WWDC in June 2013?

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  • stand668

    No we want to see the iPhone 5S in March

    • larry cowan

      I hope it’s not a flop like the 4 than the 4S just a slight upgrade!! Hopefully it’s a 6 a whole newly designed and cool features AND NO ISSUES like the 5!!

  • Larry

    No don’t want to see another bug rittled iPhone!!! The 5 has issues yet to be fixed its still a unstable iPhone 5 wait till march at least ???

  • Larry

    What we really need is Steve jobs back!!!! We all miss him!!!! Apple won’t be the same without the god of apple!!! R.I.P. STEAVE!!!

  • rabih

    release iphone 5s with ios 7 with widgets and iphone 5 must have an 12 mp camera with dual led flash and the front facing camera 5 mp the iphone 5s must have cydia built in if you want better technlogy and must have nfc ios 7 must have more thmes and new settings i and the iphone must have an 5 inch hd display who agres with me???

    • Elinventor

      Keep dreaming

  • http://www.facebook.com/bud.fisher.54 Bud Fisher

    Apple should be smart about this iPhone. Instead of doing the traditional ‘s’ upgrade with only a few minor updates they should shock everyone and just make it a complete upgrade maybe with a 4.3″ screen? ((That would be a good size maybe even 4.5″)) and a quad-core processor, and the icing on the cake…a revamped iOS.

  • Bilal

    I’m more interested in a retina MacBook Air for my studies, I’m getting the iphone 5 next year, upgrading from my samsung galaxy s2

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