As if reports of iPhone 5 pre-orders starting on Sept.12 wasn't enough indication Apple plans to launch their next smartphone this fall, new information has come to light that shows AT&T is battening down the hatches in anticipation of the iPhone 5's release.
BGR is reporting AT&T is instituting an "all hands on deck" policy that will run from the middle of September through early October.
AT&T cancels training session due to schedule conflict
Sources have also indicated AT&T cancelled an October regional training session, as it was in direct conflict with a "huge announcement."
With iOS 6 launching this fall, and a heavy concentration of rumors pointing to Apple releasing multiple new iOS devices during that time frame, it makes a great deal of sense for the cellular carrier to clear its slate in anticipation of a massive sales rush.
There's just under a month left until the speculated reveal of the iPhone 5, and it will be worth watching to see if providers follow AT&T's lead over the coming weeks.
All things considered, it now appears as if it's just a matter of time until the iPhone 5 arrives on store shelves.
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