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Submitted by sam5 922d ago | rumor

Apple Rumored to Debut 4.8-Inch 'iPhone Math' in June

Macrumors- According to new information from the China Times translated by BrightWire, Apple is planning to release the iPhone 5S alongside a larger phone, deemed the "iPhone Math" by the report.

Because the iPhone Math name is highly unusual and does not fit in with Apple's traditional naming scheme, it is not clear if it is a code name or a potential mistranslation, although the actual "iPhone Math" terms appears in English in the China Times report. (Apple, Gadgets, Hi-tech, Industry, iPhone, iPhone 5)

Credit url: maati.tv
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fatstarr  +   921d ago
sounds like apples version of the galaxy s3. test market edition
2pacalypsenow  +   921d ago
ill wait till november and get the iphone math 2. or maybe may to get the iphone math 3
adorie  +   921d ago
Waiting on Iphone Lunchtime.

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