A somewhat controversial message was posted on his blog last night by Loopinsight.com columnist Jim Dalrymple, known for his good connections with Apple. In his post, the journalist hints that Apple is currently preparing the debut of the new generation iPhone 5 and iPad mini.
but the presentation of the "explosive" apple devices can take place at two separate media events.
In his post, the journalist commented on the theory previously expressed by John Gruber, the author of the Daring Fireball website, who believes that Apple's management should think about "dividing" the presentation of Cupertin's new products. In his commentary, Dalrymple called Gruber a "smart guy."
Recall that the debut of the next generation iPhone will take place at a special event on September 12, at the same time the Californian giant will begin accepting pre-orders for the smartphone. Not much is known about the date of the presentation of the iPad mini, so it is possible that we will actually see the smaller Apple tablet later than the iconic iPhone 5.