Kotaku News comes with the following statement regarding news about the iPhone:
When a WBS reporter asked a recruiter at Foxconn’s Taiyuan factory about all the help wanted ads, he replied, “Now, we’re recruiting 18,000 people to make the Apple iPhone 5.”
The reporter noted that was a lot of people to which the recruiter replied, “That’s because it seems like it will go on sale around June.”
The interview was conducted from a distance, and it doesn’t look like the recruiter knew he was on camera and his reply is hardly rock solid.
Also Kotaku comes with more details from the human resource head from Foxconn’s Taiyuan, the factory that is said to assemble the next generation of iPhone and argues about hiring a large number of people, claiming that “We just got the order. It [the release] will be around October.”
There are a lot of rumors wondering around, so it only remains to see if we get our hands on the new iPhone gadget in June or October. Until then stay tuned on Appsrumors for more details.