Apple will finally unveil the iPhone 5 in June at its Worldwide Developer's Conference, according to a Chinese report discovered by DigiTimes.
Earlier this month "a reliable source at Foxconn", the electronics manufacturing company used by Apple, claimed the next iPhone will feature a 4+ inch display made by LG on at least one of them and a new form factor.
Apple CEO, Tim Cook, also teased a new iDevice in January by stating that the company has 'some amazing new products in the pipeline'.
Another recent DigiTimes report has said Apple plans to 'overhaul all product lines' and launch iPad 3, along with new iMac and MacBook Air lines this year. The iPad 3 will allegedly be quickly followed by the iPad 4 in October.