Apple’s next-generation iPhone 5S will reportedly launch this coming June with a number of enhancements including a new “super HD” display and camera, integrated NFC, a better battery and between six and eight different color options instead of just black and white. The report comes from Jefferies & Company analyst Peter Misek, who says Apple will break free from the annual release schedule it has used it launched the first iPhone in 2007. To qualify the analyst’s prediction, Business Insider notes that Misek also said that Apple’s HDTV was in full production and would launch by the end of 2012.
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