On Tuesday, a report surfaced suggesting that the iPhone 5 would debut on September 12. This date of course is now very close and we expect that Apple should be ready with the iPhone 5 if they wish to have produced enough units by September.
iPhone 5 release date tipped for September
Now new details have surfaced via TechCrunch which further add weight to that date – a server log appearance. Just like we saw before the iPad was launched, server logs appeared of the device roaming around the Ars Technica website. This basically hinted that Apple was testing the product before mass production.
This time around, the iPhone 5 has popped up on server logs too which were captured by TechCrunch. Called the iPhone 5,2, it lines up with what one would expect the device to appear as in server logs.
Unfortunately though, this also hints that all the leaks we’ve seen so far about the iPhone 5 sporting the same design as its predecessor but with a taller frame, maybe true.
We have yet to see anything different and were hoping these were just prototypes.However if Apple really wishes to stick with the speculated September 12 launch then what we saw may just be the final product.