Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is edging closer and so details and rumours about what the mobile phone company may be bringing next are also escalating.
The event in June has created numerous rumours about the upcoming Apple iPhone 5S with many sources indicating that it could make its debut appearance at the WWDC.
Industry sources had already tipped the new iPhone model to be ready for a summer launch with some even saying it is already in production.
Although these claims haven't had any confirmation from the company itself they may have been given more substance today.
Japanese company KDDI may have leaked a possible pre-order and release date for the new device. The documents indicate the latest Apple product will be available for pre-order on June 20th which means the handset would actually arrive sometime in July.
The information also suggested the device will sport a mighty 13 mega-pixel camera as well as having the highly-anticipated fingerprint technology.
Nothing has been confirmed by Apple yet but more information is bound to arrive at the WWDC next month so keen iPhone users shouldn't have to wait too long.
Posted by Claire Marshall