We've come to expect a certain outlandish quality from the pronouncements of Digitimes' upstream supply chain sources, but today's iPhone 5S rumour is positively pedestrian.
The industry rag has had a quiet word with its people and come up with the following: the iPhone 5S will launch in Q3 (September, we expect) with a slightly better camera and a slightly better chipset on board.
In other news, night to follow day, Tuesday to follow Monday and bears to continue using largely wooded areas to take care of business.
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We have to offer you the usual Digitimes caveats - the paper has come up with so many misses it's really hard to remember the hits - but, to be honest, a Q3 release and an iterative hardware update seems like a pretty solid prediction to us.
As for software, we're expecting Apple to announce iOS 7 at WWDC in June 2013 ready for a launch in September alongside the iPhone 5S.
If all this comes to pass, it means we're in for a longer wait for the iPhone 6 which probably won't make an appearance until 2014.
That, or Digitimes has got this one horrendously wrong and a completely redesigned iPhone 6 will launch in July and come with a free lollipop. Who can tell.
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