Looking back, Apple might actually launch a new iPhone in June 2013!
- date: January 1, 2013
Today, Macrumors reported that iOS 7 and the next-gen iPhone have shown up in logs. I looked back and I found an interesting pattern: usually five months after the first logs about a new iOS-version show up, a new iPhone launches.
I hope Apple is moving back to the June launch schedule for iPhone!
Think about it: what is their most important product? iPhone. And their second most important? iPad.
It is important to have a good line-up in time for the holiday season and that's why, this year, they launched a new iPhone and new iPads in September and October, respectively.
They have had one problem this holiday season: supply! I think Apple doesn't want to launch any new products in November anymore (announcing them in October). And I even feel October isn't acceptable for them anymore. Think about it: iPhone 5 supply was only catching up in late November, early December — and they
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