Pre-sales for the next-generation iPhone will start on September 12, the day Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) is widely rumored to announce the new device, according to a report. The phone will reach customers starting September 21, the report adds, while for international markets will see the new smartphone likely on October 5. According to the website iMore, which reported the dates, the information came from two previously accurate sources.
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A separate report on Monday said an AT&T (NYSE:T) source confirmed that the so-called iPhone 5 will launch in either the third or fourth week of September.
The sixth-generation iPhone is expected to include a 4-inch screen design, 640-by-1,136 resolution, a nano-SIM card slot, LTE connectivity, NFC-capability, and a 9-pin dock connector. Apple is also scheduled to release the new version of its mobile operating system, iOS 6, in the fall.
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