Mysteries of the famous 5

Most analysts expect a larger screen, more power and new software from Wednesday's launch of the iPhone 5, writes Adrian Weckler.

8th September, 2012
The new iPhone 5 handset: could sell up to 10 million units in its first two weeks of sale.

The new iPhone 5 handset could sell up to 10 million units in its first two weeks of sale, according to a survey last week.

The survey, which was conducted by online comparison site Pricegrabber.com, polled 1,740 people about their intentions toward Apple's new handset, due to be announced on Wednesday.

Irish mobile phone shops have not yet been told about supplies available for the Irish market.

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