Sep 17


Three readers of 9to5mac reported that their iPhone 5s have shipped from the ZhengZhou region of inland China via UPS – likely from the nearby Taiyuan Foxconn factory (pictured above) in  Shanxi Province. If you would like to find out if your iPhone 5 has already been shipped “Simply fill out the track by reference form on UPS, and use your phone number associated with your Apple ID for the reference number. If that phone number does not work, keep trying any phone number that could be associated with your wireless account or the number you used to upgrade. ” Note that this only works for orders from Apple.com. » Apple Begins To Ship iPhone 5 Via UPS From ZhengZhou Region Of China

Sep 17


PrimadeLabs posted the first iPhone 5 benchmark from Geekbench showing an iPhone5,2 device running iOS 6 with a Dual-Core 1.02GHz ARMv7 processor and 1GB of RAM. The total performance score of the “iphone 5,2” model is 1601, while the average score for the iPhone 4S is 629 and the average score for the iPad 3 is 766. A full list of iPod, iPhone and iPad scores can be found here. Apple claimed that the new A6 processor will be twice as fast as the A5 processor or any older iDevice models and a average score of 1601 proves this. » iPhone 5 Dual Core 1GHz A6 CPU Appear In Geekbench

Sep 16


CNet
and Businessinsider have published a new print ad that Samsung will be running in national newspapers today. “And so Samsung is greeting the arrival of the iPhone 5 with an ad that will run tomorrow in certain national and local newspapers (how modern). It is not a flattering ad. It suggests that the iPhone 5 isn’t even good enough to be, well, a copy of the Galaxy S3.” In this ad, called “It doesn’t take a genius.” you can see an comparison of software and hardware features between the iPhone 5 and the Galaxy S III which ends with “The Next Big Thing Is Already Here”. Check out the full ad after the break. » Samsung Created Anti iPhone 5 Newspaper Ad

Sep 15


If you are building an accessory for the iPhone, Apple has the blueprints for you. Note that both top and bottom of the iPhone are said to be radio antenna areas not to be obstructed with metal. » Apple Posted Full iPhone 5 Schematics

Sep 15


Loopinsight reported that Apple is “blown away” by by the response to the iPhone 5. The iPone 5 pre-orders sold out within hours. “Pre-orders for iPhone 5 have been incredible,” said Apple spokeswoman, Natalie Kerris. “We’ve been completely blown away by the customer response.” » Apple “Blown Away” By Response To The iPhone 5

Sep 14


Just an hour after pre-orders for the iPhone 5 shipping estimates for new pre-orders have already changed to two weeks in the U.S., U.K., Canada, Germany, and Australia. This means that when you pre-order now you will not receive your iPhone 5 until nearly two weeks after the official launch date of September 21. » Apple’s iPhone 5 Pre-order Shipping To Two Weeks

Sep 14


Wired confirmed that Apple will start pre-orders of the iPhone 5 at 12:01 AM Pacific Time / 3:01 AM Eastern Time today “14 September”. So if you cant wait to get your hands on the iPhone 5, set your alarm and get you iPhone 5 here. Last year when Apple released the iPhone 4S, they experienced significant issues with online processing for quite some time after they started the pre-orders of the iPhone 4S. So maybe you have better luck pre-ordering your iPhone 5 at Sprint, AT&T or Verizon. » iPhone 5 Pre-Orders To Begin At 12:01 AM Pacific Time Today

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