Even though Apple hasn’t officially announced the iPhone 5 (even though we all know it’s coming) that hasn’t stopped one company in Germany from deciding to go ahead and start taking pre-orders for it anyway. That’s right, if you happen to be a customer of Germany’s Deutsche Telekom beginning today you may begin reserving Apple’s next-generation iPhone 5 smartphone.
As a service to its customers, the company will hand out coupons to customers who reserve the device. This will take place regardless of the fact that Apple has confirmed no features, specs or a release date for the iPhone 5. Heck, we don’t even know if it will actually be called the iPhone 5.
Still, it’s awfully nice of Deutsche Telekom to take pre-orders. I wonder if they will start charging customers immediately or wait until the devices actually ship? Let’s hope they wait.
Apple is expected to launch a fifth-generation iPhone and an updated fourth-generation model some time next month. I’m willing to say that’s probably pretty accurate. Fingers crossed the iPhone 5 is amazing.
Are you guys excited for a new iPhone? Sound off in the comments.
(Note: That is not a picture of the actual iPhone 5. In case you were wondering)