Apple's next generation iPhone 5 will reportedly make its debut on 20 June.
The UberGizmo blog citing a French website NoWhereElse.fr, which got a sneek peek into a document from Japanese carrier KDDI, the Cupertino-based firm will unveil the successor of iPhone 5 in June and the device will hit the retail shelves from July.
"The folks at Nowhereelse.fr have managed to get their hands on what appears to be a leaked document from Japanese carrier, KDDI, alleging that a pre-sale announcement of the iPhone 5S will kick off on the 20th of June with sales beginning in July," noted UberGizmo.
The report also suggested that next generation iPhone, touted to be iPhone 5S, will use the upcoming iOS 7 operating system and will be upgraded to a 13-megapixel camera from the 8-megapixel snapper that the previous model sports.
Rumours of Apple's next iteration smartphone have been doing rounds since the launch of iPhone 5. Earlier in April, Ming-Chi Kuo, KGI Securities analyst, had said that the launch of iPhone 5S has been delayed as the company is facing issues in the production of its next line-up of smartphones. Kuo alsop said that the device would pack new features like a snappier processor and a massive 13-megapixel camera. Beside this, iPhone 5S is also rumoured to pack fingerprint sensor after the company acquired Authentec, a firm which deals with fingerprinting technology, in a $356 million deal in July 2012.