According to a DigiTimes report, Daiwa Securities sources say that Apple will unveil their much-anticipated iPhone 5 at their Worldwide Developers Conference this June. It will "continue to utilize glass to glass (G/G) touch panel technology which will benefit current touch panel suppliers TPK Holding and Wintek," says Daiwa.
Apple's WWDC is a yearly event where the company shows off its latest and greatest tech - whether that be hardware or software. Last year's WWDC focused more on software, as Apple demoed iOS 5, Mac OS X Lion, and unveiled the iCloud. That event took place from June 6th through the 10th at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.
Although the iPhone 4S was launched last October in a special media event, Apple has launched previous iPhones at WWDC. This year's exact dates for WWDC have not been announced, but speculation has put it at June 10th-15th, as WWDC is historically a June event.
MacRumors points to Moscone's event calendar, which previously had June 10th-15th blocked out for a generic "Corporate meeting." Currently, the dates have shifted to June 11th-15th, but it's still scheduled for a corporate meeting, a placeholder for WWDC that has been used before.
Of course, this information relies on a few speculations - one if which is the validity of DigiTimes, which has definitely been wrong in the past. Last week, Foxconn sources said it was "go time" for production - something that would suggest a summer launch. It appears that the intensified rumor season is upon us.