iPhone 5 to officially go on sale Dec 14 in GCC
- Middle East: Tuesday, December 04 - 2012 at 11:50
Apple has announced that it will officially launch the iPhone 5 for sale in the GCC on December 14. The announcement comes more than two months after the initial launch of the smartphone in the US and other markets. The California-based technology giant said the device would be rolled out in more than 50 markets this month. The iPhone 5 is the thinnest and lightest iPhone ever, featuring an A6 chip and an improved battery life.
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