Apple is finally ready to get real — the official iPhone 5 release date is September 12 and anything else that arrives on or after that date will be gravy, just gravy.

Take my money already! The mothership hasn’t explicitly said the San Francisco event will be used to introduce their sixth generation smartphone. Nevertheless, after months of wanton speculation, Apple is finally ready to get real — the official iPhone 5 release date is September 12 and anything else that arrives on or after that date will be gravy, just gravy.

Have you received your invitation yet? All Things D is important and, frankly, compliant enough to warrant an invitation. Here’s what John Paczkowski has to say on the subject:

Moments ago, the company broadcast invitations to a special event at San Francisco’s Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Theater on Sept. 12, a date reported earlier… The text of the invition is simple, reading “It’s almost here.” And it offers no details beyond that. But the large “5” that appears in shadow beneath the number 12 blazoned across the invitation strongly suggests that the focus of the event will indeed be the forthcoming iPhone 5, or whatever Apple chooses to call it.

With the official iPhone 5 release date nailed down, the world can now relax. Perhaps not as the iPad mini, 2012 iMac, 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro, various iPods and, not to be forgotten, Mac mini are all expected sometime before the end of October, as well.

It’s a good time to be alive…

What’s your take?


6 COMMENTS

  1. iPhone’s OLD. Same design in all models… ONLY one new model each year…. Very expensive….Not so cool and open Apps

    Android in Samsung Galaxy S III is wayyyyyyy better than iPhone5

  2. My take is that anyone that keeps buying Apple products everytime they come out is a fool. 700 dollars for a screen that doesn’t have flash or a keyboard? Hundreds of dollars for phones which don’t get reception (whether that’s Apples fault or not, doesn’t matter.) You can’t share data plans across Ipads and Iphones and have to pay around $15-30 for seperate data plans. Apple absolutely takes their customers to the cleaners and why shouldn’t they, if idiots are going to keep buying their tech garbage then it’s in their right to exploit these fools. Apple Imacs are barely upgradeable and they come out with a new operating system once every two years, with minimal changes. People are buying into Apple’s exploitation because it’s a fad and as with every other fad it will fade. People will hopefully wake up sooner than later.

  3. We wont know until the iphone 5 is out..But i am very sure the galaxy SIII will not stand a chance.Its always Newer the better with apple.

  4. Nimrod, Mobile Flash is dead. Just admit it, you hate because you hate.

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