The unreleased iPhone 5 continues to haunt news sources. Now the information is coming from parts manufacturers in China who report that many major suppliers have already lined up with off-the-shelf processors for the new iPhone 5.
Here is a quote from an American news outlet:
Qualcomm and Broadcom have announced that the new iPhone will support 4G and WiFi chips, respectively.
Rumor has it that Apple actually planned to unveil the new iPhone at WWDC 2012, but had to postpone the launch of the device until October due to problems with one of Qualcomm's chips responsible for 4G connectivity. There are also rumors that the new iPhone will have the thinnest rear camera of all the devices previously presented.
From the iOS 6 code, it was possible to extract information that the iPhone 5 will be equipped with a low-power dual-core processor manufactured by Sumsung. This is the exact processor found in the new iPad. In addition, the new smartphone will have 1 GB of RAM.