Saturday, November 19, 2011

What We Know: iPhone 5

Design: Two theories prevail by what the next iPhone will seem like. Theory one is an all-new style device (dubbed the apple iphone 5), which would have a tear-shaped design with a metal back along with a slimmer body, as well like a larger display. Some, such because Daring Fireball’s John Gruber, tend to be skeptic over this design. The tear shape means that such an iPhone will be thicker and heavier on one side compared to other, making it unbalanced whenever held in landscape orientation, such as for gaming.

Gizmodo and iPhoneImage is actually from and is part of a series of images allegedly showing a new iPhone manufactured in Brazil.The second theory refers to the new iPhone as the iPhone 4S, which would look identical to the iPhone 4, but with bumped-up specs. Gizmodo published at the weekend alleged photos from inside Foxconn’s Brazilian factory, showing a new iPhone that looks exactly like the iPhone 4, but carrying a different model number (N90A). 9 To 5 Mac dug in the latest iTunes beta code and found references just to the iPhone 4S, indicating this could be the only phone revealed by Apple this year, featuring a dual-mode GSM+CDMA chip. A survey pointed that the iPhone 5 is the most anticipated of the two by consumers.

Features: Regardless from the design of the next apple iphone, there are same sure-fire bets within the specs. It’s expected the A5 dual-core processor currently on the iPad 2 to make its method to the new iPhone, as well as more MEMORY (doubled from 512MB to 1GB) along with a higher-resolution camera, possibly 8 megapixels.

Accessibility: October 4 is expected to become only the announcement date from the new iPhone, with Apple Insider tipping how the weekend starting Friday, October 14 may be the one you’ll want to reserve for queuing outside your closest Apple store. If Apple uses the apple ipad 2 model and releases the telephone 10 days after the statement, then October 14 or 15 could begin to see the new iPhone reach the very first consumers.

Carriers & Price: The iPhone has become currently available on AT&T as well as Verizon, and Sprint is anticipated to become the next in line to find the new iPhone this year, states the Wall Street Journal, although not T-Mobile. The new iPhone is likely to cost $199 with a two-year agreement, just as with previous iterations from the device. A lower-cost iPhone is thought to cost just $99 with the two-year contract, taking over from the iPhone 3GS as the lowest priced iPhone.


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