Back in November 2010, we were the first to predict that the iPhone 5 would be launch on the first day of WWDC which we said would be Monday 6th of June 2011, now a third voice, that of Ezra Gottheil, an analyst with Technology Business Research, backs this date.
Speaking to Computerworld, he says that this fits a pattern that has been happening every year for the past three years with Apple launching the phone during the keynote presentation at its Worldwide Developer Conference.
A German website also pointed to the 6th of June as the most probable launch date for the iPhone 5. We came to the same conclusion three months ago and cited the Moscone center as the likely place where the event will take place.
While the launch of the iPhone 5 is set happen on the 6th, the handset will probably be widely available a few weeks. We expect the iPhone 5 to come with an integrated SIM, have built in RFID technology, come with CDMA at launch, have a 64GB onboard, available in white from launch and sport the Apple A5, a dual core ARM-based Cortex A9 processor.