I believe that the iphone will be release on June 11, 2011
http://www.ibtimes.com/articles/116907/ … hone-5.htm
The iPhone has been released on the same schedule every year (except for the verizon iPhone, which was announced in the beginning of this year). The most likely release date will be June 2011. Hope this helps.
by kladd53 7 years ago
Will I be able to purchase the IPhone 5 at the time of it's releaseI'm eligable to buy the IPhone 4 in May this year for $299. Will I be able to get the IPhone 5 then and skip buying the 4 whenever it comes out of course?
by I am DB Cooper 7 years ago
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by lrbee 7 years ago
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