Rumor: iPhone 5 Production Has Already Started
The next-generation iPhone is now heating up again in the blogosphere. And guess what? This time the rumor says Apple had already started the production of the next version of the iPhone.
There's news that the next-gen iPhone has already gone into production in China for a possible fall release this year.
Additionally, the next version of the iPhone may also feature some design changes that include the addition of glass to the unit's uni-body backplate that'll come with a two-tone all-metal design with an inlaid glass that's located between the backplate's top and bottom edges. This new design is apparently to pave the way to the rumored increased 4-inch Retina Display screen size with a 16:9 aspect ratio of the device.
The next-gen iPhone may also come with a Long-Term Evolution (LTE) networking, a new operating system (OS) in iOS 6, and a smaller dock connector, according to rumor.
There's also a big buzz that the new iPhone which may end up to be called iPhone 5 will be released in September or October in the year 2012.
As usual, Apple doesn't deny nor confirm any of these rumors but all the reports so far suggests that the next version of the iPhone with some new body design and some additional new features will ultimately be revealed and will be launched by Apple sometime later this year.