Apple’s iPhone 5 will be announced at the Silicon Valley giant’s Worldwide Developers Conference this June.
At least that’s the prediction from Asian financial services firm Daiwa Securities, which the Commercial Times of Taiwan quoted. The report also claims that the new iPhone will feature "glass to glass" technology, something that will be good news to a pair of Asian manufacturers Wintek and TPK Holding.
This backs up several recent reports that Apple’s hardware update will get back on schedule with its traditional summer launch. The company bucked the trend in 2011 by offering the iPhone 4S for the first time in October.
Apple’s WWDC focused on software last year namely the iCloud which was a departure from its normal highlight the introduction of new hardware. Speculation is that this year’s WWDC will be held in the second full week of June.