Apple is set this week to have one of its classic big announcements, widely expected to be the launch of the next iPhone 5. The company, of course, is very tight-lipped about what it’s debuting and when. But it left a fairly big clue about what it’s planning on its invitation for this Wednesday i.e 12 september, with the event date casting the shadow of a large “5” in the foreground.
The iPhone is a series of smartphones designed and marketed by Apple Inc. The iPhone runs Apple’s iOS mobile operating system, originally named iPhone OS. The first iPhone was unveiled by Steve Jobs, late CEO of Apple, on January 9, 2007, and released on June 29, 2007. The most recent iPhone, the 5th generation iPhone 4S, was released in October 2011. And upcoming 6th generation iPhone 5 expecting in September 2012.
iPhone 2G – The Identity – Birth of a Legend
The iPhone (original iPhone, iPhone 2G, or iPhone 1) is the first generation of iPhone designed and marketed by Apple Inc. It was announced on January 9, 2007. It was introduced in the United States on June 29, 2007. It featured quad-band GSM cellular connectivity with GPRS and EDGE support for data transfer. The original iPhone no longer receives software updates from Apple. Continue reading Apple iPhone Legacy→
Another rumors about iPhone 5 that iPhone 5 may be thinner than iPhone 4s. The leaked iPhone 5 photos show the taller iPhone 5 next to an iPhone 4S for size comparison, and include the now familiar two-part back design which may accommodate a metal back as part of an iPhone 5 design refresh. I have collected some rumored iPhone 5 pictures….
AppleInsider reports that Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst for KGI Securities, says the new in-cel touch technology will allow Apple to cut 0.44 mm off the thickness of the new iPhone. Kuo suggested that Apple will cut even more metal from the iPhone 5, dropping the thickness down to under 8mm.
The leak also includes photos of the iPhone 5 side that shows it may be thinner than the current iPhone. Assuming the volume buttons remain the same size on the new iPhone, this engineering sample shows less room on the front and back of the device.
The current iPhone 4S is 9.3mm thick, which means this would be a 1.3mm reduction in thickness.
This photo also shows the new iPhone may be thinner than the iPhone 4S.
The iPhone 5 might not be arriving any time soon, but that hasn’t stopped artists and design firms from creating their own mock-ups. After analyzing the various iPhone 5 rumors, Italian designer Federico Ciccarese came up with these gorgeous renders. Ciccarese’s vision of the iPhone 5 predicts a slightly curved back. The body of the phone, in fact, looks similar to Apple’s Magic Mouse. The display is flat and “retina” in nature and the phone tapers off at the top and bottom.
Apple’s sixth generation iPhone 5 is nothing but an assumption right now but if release schedules hold to pattern, we should see it by the fall of 2012. Rumors and feature wish-lists include a 4-inch screen, faster Apple A5X chipset, real 4G LTE networking, and, of course, thinner and lighter.
The Google Nexus 7, the first tablet to wear Google’s Nexus brand, sets a new standard for smaller slates, proving that just because it isn’t as big as Apple’s iPad doesn’t mean it can’t be just as useful, as fast, or as fun. If you’ve been on the fence about Android, or tablets in general, this is the tablet you’ve been waiting for.
Basically, the Nexus 7 is a beast. Navigating around Android 4.1 Jelly Bean (yes, this is the first Jelly Bean tablet) is super clean. There’s no hesitation on the part of the Nexus 7 when loading magazines, books, apps, video, games, music or web pages.
This can be attributed to Nvidia’s 1.2GHz Tegra 3 quad-core processor — yep, this is the first quad-core 7-inch tablet, too. Alongside that is a 12-core Nvidia GPU and 1GB of RAM. The only noticeable delay comes when you first turn on the Nexus 7. There’s a lag of a few seconds while your content loads into the interactive home screen widgets pre-installed by Google.
After unveiling a insignificantly improved iPhone 4S in 2011, Apple is now going to launch the next generation of iPhone – iPhone 5. The release date of the iphone 5 has been just an on going rumor for months now. Among the new features every new Iphone brings, the release date is just as hot a topic. Everyone wants exactly when it’s available so they can have it first, or have it at all. As we mentioned earlier iphone 5 designs, here are some more iphone leaked images….
The camera on the iPhone 5 will be amazing, if every rumor is true. Even if only a few are true, it will still be a great camera. According to a few sources, Apple has recently filed for patents for a camera with 3D technology.
BGR reported that an AT&T Vice President has confirmed to several employees that the iPhone 5 that boasts a stronger chip for processing data and a more advanced camera is scheduled to be launched in early October. We can expect the announcement of the iPhone 5 later this year, possibly at the 2012 edition of Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC), which is likely to take place in June 2012. The Apple iPhone 5 release date would then be set for a few months later.
iPhone 5 might have 32GB model with the lowest memory option available.
iPhone 5 might support 4G-LTE network while 3G networks will also be there in iPhone 5.
App is expected to add on tethering feature in new iPhone for internet.
It is expected that Apple iPhone will come with new iOS 5.0 introducing new features like multifingure touch etc.
iPhone 5 is expected to have a bigger screen with higher resolution HD or WXGA with the support of LTE network to provide you the best multimedia experience ever.
With these features many new apps for iPhone 5 are expected to developed by developers to make it a better Mobile TV.
There is also a rumor about the camera of iPhone 5 which is said to be 8MP or higher for better photography experience.
As we can see in the market mobile devices have moved up in regards of memory and processors so iPhone 5 might come with A5 chip with dual core processor atleast 1.2 GHz, Powered up GPU and system memory.
New security and calling features are also likely to be added in new iPhone 5 with the help of iOS 5 to compete with the other options in market.