iPhone 5 release date now set for October not September?

Apple tipped to launch iPhone 5 in October

Apple's iPhone 5 release date looks to have moved as new iPhone 5 rumours put the launch in October

The riddle of Apple will release the mooted iPhone 5 has taken yet another twist with the rumour mill now suggest the iPhone 5 release date will be in October, not September as previously thought.

Whilst a September iPhone 5 release date has floated around for a number of months, new iPhone 5 rumours from All Things D, the Wall Street Journal’s tech blog, have claimed the eagerly awaited handset will actually touch down one month later in October.

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Citing “sources with knowledge of the situation,” All Things D has claimed that reports of September iPhone 5 release date are “misinformed” with the actually arrival to be on a unspecified date in October.

Recent reports have suggested that the iPhone 5 release will see the handset launch with a 1GHz dual-core processor, an 8-megapixel camera with 1080p Full HD video recording capabilities whilst claimed iPhone 5 pictures have suggested the handset will have a new slimmer form factor.

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Via: TheTelegraph