The Italian design company “ciccaresedesign” designed a mockup of a possible new iPhone design, called the iPhone Air. The iPhone Air is inspired by the Macbook Air that is also getting thinner along its way down. The screen is also bigger then it used to be. What do you guys think, will you buy the new iPhone if it looks like this? After the break are more pictures. » iPhone Air: Will This Be The Next Gen iPhone Design? [Mockup]
A Vietnamese website Tinhte published some photos that show a prototype iPhone 4 that has received slight modifications to make it cheaper, lighter and faster, suggesting it could replace the iPhone 3GS to become Apples new entry-level handset when a fifth-generation iPhone launches. The poster who shared the leak, “cuhiep,” said the pictures come from a “very reliable source.”. » Cheaper iPhone 4 Prototype Photos!
2852 US consumers has been asked the question if they will purchase the next gen iPhone or not. %35 has answered the question with yes, they will purchase the next gen iPhone (iPhone 5?) without ever having tried it. Fifty-one percent of respondents said that they will buy the smartphone within the first year of release. Some 30 percent will purchase the device before the end of 2011, while 14 percent will buy it within the first month. Only 7 percent of those polled said they will buy it within the first week, a number that may change as they see friends, family and colleagues with the shiny new iPhones this fall. » 35 Percent Of iPhone Users Will Purchase The iPhone 5 Without Ever Testing The Device!
BGR reported that they received some new information from an incredibly solid source of ours. According to our source, Apple will indeed be launching a prepaid / lower cost iPhone this year. We are told the handset will retail for no more than $350 without contract. Ready for the really interesting part? It’s entirely possible that the low-cost iPhone will in fact be the iPhone 3GS. » Apple Will Launch Next-Generation iPhone in Late August & Offers Unsubsidized 3GS For $350
9to5mac received some information from an “iPhone source that has been reliable in the past” saying Apple will bring 2 new iPhones on the marker this September. “One will be a low-end variety that will address the cheap Android market, according to the source. The other will be a high-end device and will be an all new design. There will be no mistaking these two devices, they will be immediately discernible. The iPod touch, like it always has, will get updated in September as well.” » Not One But Two New iPhones This Year?
The Wall Street Journal reported that Apple has placed orders for key components used in a next-generation iPhone it is preparing to launch sometime in the third quarter, according to people familiar with the situation. According to some suppliers of components to Apple, the new version of the iPhone is expected to be thinner and lighter than the iPhone 4 and sport an 8-megapixel camera. » Apple Preparing For New “Thinner” iPhone In Third Quarter 2011
According to AppleInsider Apple will begin production of fifth-generation iPhones in August ahead of a projected late third quarter launch, according to intelligence obtained by one investment banker’s recent trip to Taiwan. Morgan Stanley analyst Katy Huberty issued a note to clients in which she confidently stated: ”Apples next iPhone will begin production in mid to late August and ramp aggressively” into the calendar fourth quarter. » Apple Will Begin Assembling iPhone 5 In August