Apple's 2012 WWDC will start on the 11th of June and the iPhone 5 is one of the company's most expected announcements. No one is very sure if the latest Apple iPhone will even be mentioned in the event. But, many people also think that it is highly possible. It is a known fact that Apple always want to surprise the people.
Many websites create the hype by sharing speculations months before the unveiling of the device and several times, it does not happen the way it was rumored. Examples of which include the expected iPad 3 being called the new iPad and the June release of the iPhone 4S actually happening in October. The iPhone 5 is also getting the same hype that is why many are already very excited to know more about it as the 11th of June approaches.
The most recent report about the iPhone 5 talks about the supplies of the smartphone. Specifically, the report said that Apple is partnering with Foxconn to create a brand new China factory to be the main base where specific parts for major Apple products such as the iPhone 5 will be produced.
More than this report, the iPhone newsroom continues to talk about the different guesses of the upcoming handset's release date which may possibly happen in June or October this year. If Apple decides to launch the iPhone 5 in June it may happen in WWDC. But several people think that only a new MacBook will be unveiled in the event as well as the iOS 6.
Also, many mock-up ideas have been presented on the probable design of the iPhone 5 and Apple users and patrons are hoping that the company will consider those ideas when producing their next iPhone release.
The features that are expected in the iPhone 5 include the multi-point focus on the rear camera of the smartphone, a new four core A6 processor, a screen between 3.95 to 4 inches in size, a rear camera of 12 MP, a mini Thunderbolt connection that will do away with the 30-pin dock connector, HD front camera for FaceTime, iOS 6, lighted home button, Retina high definition display, 3D audio and 4G LTE capabilities.