Apple Introduces iPhone 5

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    Did this kind of leak happen in previous releases? Seems unusual
     
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    How do you know it's "definitely" the iPhone 5? Your link is a bad one that goes to a "Hmm, the page you’re looking for can’t be found" page.
     
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    As posted by several people in other threads:

    1. Go to www.apple.com
    2. Enter "iPhone-5" as a search term

    A list of not-yet-live pages show up as results.

    This only appears to work on the US site. The OP's link is a valid one, shown in the results. iPhone 5 it is...
     
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    The page never existed - but a link to it on Apple's site does. See post above yours.
     
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    Seems to work in the UK as well, but you have to wait a while for the search results to display
     
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    So the OP could have done better for himself by posting a screenshot of the search results, rather than post a link to nowhere. Credibility suffers otherwise.

    [​IMG]
     
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    I still get "No results found". Odd.

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    Yeah, a step by step would have been better than just the URL, but glad it was found - puts the rumours to rest. Thanks for screenshot - I couldn't post one due to work network restrictions, so I'm glad you did.
     
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    Very
     
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    The 4S form factor was leaked in iTunes files shortly before it's announcement last year, there were template pictures of the device inside the files.
     
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    Confirming one of the most debated aspects of the new device on the front page. Oh yeah, real stupid. :rolleyes:
     
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    Now I can finally laugh on all those idiots that said "PLEASE STOP CALLING IT IPHONE 5, it's going to be the new iPhone or iPhone 6"

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    From Whirlpool confirms lte

    http://www.apple.com/search/?q=iphone-LTE
     
  19. Nevzorus macrumors 6502

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    It doesn't even make sense! It's going to be called the iPhone 6! You'll see!

    :rolleyes::rolleyes:
     
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    True... but I still think 5 isnt a good choice, and I feel like they rolled with it do to the media hype surrounding the "iPhone 5"... iPhone 6 would also have been bad.

    I think they should have followed the route of the iPad... or gone with iPhone LTE (since it is supposedly going to support global LTE)
     
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