How to debunk iPhone 5 rumours

Aug 13, 2011 by

With all these iPhone 5, iPad 3, etc. rumours spreading around lately (most are horrible fakes), we have compiled a ten-step guide on how to tell truth from fiction when reading through these rumours.

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Don’t listen to rumours.

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Don’t listen to rumours.

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Don’t listen to rumours.

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Don’t listen to rumours.

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Don’t listen to rumours.

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Don’t listen to rumours.

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Don’t listen to rumours.

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Don’t listen to rumours.

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Don’t listen to rumours.

Step 10:

Don’t listen to rumours.

Get it? Most rumours are blatant lies concocted by attention-whores or linkbaiting blogs. They are just rude attempts for traffic and attention. There is NO true way to determine whether a rumour is completely legitimate or not, so therefore, disregard rumours or take them with a grain of salt. Whether you listen to rumours or not, the iPhone 5 is still going to be released at the same time, at Apple’s choosing so don’t waste your time.