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New iPhone 5S rumour suggests production already started

Left and right, it’s always Samsung on the hot seat with its up and coming Samsung Unpacked 2013 event. Good thing, Apple is just behind the Korean tech giant when it comes to noteworthy news.

Now, we are hearing new rumours about the iPhone 5S being under production as early as this month. This new buzz is according to a Japanese-language Apple blog. iPhone-5-camera

According to the site’s reliable source, Foxconn has began “partial production” of the iPhone 5’s successor the iPhone 5S, and the same source told Macotakara about it. Both AppleInsider and MacRumors are the very first ones to cite the said report.

Macotakara said that the iPhone 5S is built on the same production line as the iPhone 5. The same Japanese blog claims that NTT Docomo is now cutting back its orders for Android devices to give way to its formal introduction of the iPhone products. Currenly, NTT Docomo is not offering the iPhone line.

During the last 24 hours, rumours about the iPhone 5S are getting stronger and are now heavily circulating over the net. It is all about the phone’s actual release. An analyst said that an August release can be expected, while others are saying a June or July release. With a March production of the iPhone 5S, these months are worth remembering. Perhaps, Apple will skip its traditional September release to cope up with Samsung and other phone manufacturers who already released their respective flagships.

Rumours have it that the iPhone 5S will land with the new A7 chip, improved camera (based on LED technology called as “Smart Flash”, a fingerprint chip, and variants to support China’s time-division duplexing (TDD) standard.

We hope to give you more iPhone 5S launch or news soon.

For more iPhone 5S news, simply visit us at Phoneslimited.co.uk.

 

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Andrew has been involved within the mobile phones industry for over 10 years, from operating within the high street retail sector, business to business sales and management through to present day online mobile phones news and price comparison.
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