Rumors Suggest the iPhone 5S Trial Production

Recent rumors suggest that Apple starts the trial production for the new iPhone 5S. I know that some of you might find this news quite audacious especially when the previous iPhone 5 was released for the public only 7 weeks earlier. Therefore, to make things clear, these rumors suggest that a new trial production will start at the beginning of December, the current year, which regard the new iPhone 5S. If this is true, at the beginning of the first trimester in 2013, we will have our new device on the market, ready for use. It is hard to believe this, especially when some of us have not hold an iPhone 5 in our hands yet. Jus tot be clear, even is this news will be true, the finite product will be planned to be released only after four or five months.

However, if you take into consideration the release cycle of Apple, then we should not expect something new in the last few months, especially when the iPhone 5 and the iPad 4th generation was already released on the market a short time ago. As some of you might be aware of, Apple waits several months, up to a mid-year before releasing a new device from the same category. Despite this subtle rule, the latest iPad was the exception. In order to point out this pattern implemented by Apple, I want to add several things. It is hard to find new components and parts for a new device when you plan to release a new it in short time. In order to have better products, they definitely need to wait a little bit more.

However, these rumors do not suggest something conclusive and until an official release confirming this news, we cannot take anything for granted. In the same time, I want to mention the fact the all sources for this short article are not concrete and genuine. Until Apple will not clear things up, we will not know anything for sure.

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