We earlier reported that Apple would hold an event on September 7th to address the iPhone 5. Recently, Jim Dalrymple of The Loop who is assumed to be a credible source to confirm Apple news has told that the probability for the company to launch a media event on that day is absolutely null. Whereas, Tipb sources have claimed that iPad 3 wouldn’t be launched until next spring. We had reported about an iPad HD which was expected to target the ‘pro’ users. But these sources have denied to agree on it.
Jim Dalrymple has no idea from where this September 7th date has been rumored. However, it matches up with the previous schedule of Apple to hold these events. iPhone 5 is rumored to feature a dual core processor, 8 megapixel camera with dual LED flash and a revamped design. This is not the first time when these Japanese sources have proven to be wrong. Though, their history also has some correct predictions. We are not sure which source could be believed this time. So, we are currently assuming October as a reliable period for new hardware from Apple.
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