Apple Files a Case and Speculations on iPhone 5s Looks Continue
Apple Files a Case and Speculations on iPhone 5s Looks ContinueThe wait for iPhone 5 has been long and tedious but the speculations make the waitexciting. With 50% of mobile subscribers owning smart phones the expectation, for AppleiPhone 5 to hit the market and increase the number of smart phone users further, isdefinitely not low.Apples IntentionApple is believed to intend to increase its share of number of users using smart phones intomultiple times with its release of iPhone 5. Statistics show that 50.4% of all mobile users areusing smart phones and that number has been further classified into the Operating Systemsbeing used. Amongst smart phone users 48% seem to be using the Android platform, 32%seem to be using the iOS platform and the rest seem to use the Blackberry and othermiscellaneous platforms.With this statistical report confirming Apple a second place, Apple is now keen on multiplyingthe number by adding attributes to the iPhone 5 which will improve the already surroundingexcitement. And iPhone app developers are looking and scavenging for each and everyminute detail which will help them to be on their toes when the phone gets released.Expectations Rise due to Other PhonesWith the release of another much awaited phone which was expected to be as good asiPhone 5, the expectation for iPhone 5 has only increased. As that phone has not met therequirements and the expectations users are eagerly looking forward for the release of theiPhone 5. Apple is expected to upgrade to a 1Gb RAM only and not a 2GB RAM as theprocessor which is believed to come along is a A5X or A6 processor (possibly quad-core).The display is expected to be bigger than, the last version and, the other smart phonesavailable in the market. iPhone app developers are looking forward to developingapplications with respect to the display which is believed to be better than the alreadyexisting Retina Display which now has a crystal clear display which makes the user read,see and watch with hundreds of pixels more.Apples Quest for iPhone5.com DomainApple seems to have filed a case with World Intellectual Property Organization to gainaccess to the domain name iPhone5.com. Currently this domain is being used by a websitewhich is an iPhone 5 fan forum. This site discusses various topics on the updates andfeatures of the upcoming phone that are under speculation. Though this act of Apple createssolid conjectures on the possible name of the iOS smartphone, it could even be just a moveby the company to protect the world at large from scams which would target unwary Applefans.
Speculations Pile on about iPhone 5s New LookThe modern version of iPhone 5 is believed to be longer and thinner than its predecessoriPhone 4 and 4S. Speculated measurements arrive approximately at 125mm by 58.5mm by7.4mm, which makes the new generation iPhone significantly thinner and longer but thewidth of the phone remains the same.Since there is not going to be a change in the width of the display it is reasonable to predictthat the aspect ratio of the display is going to change for the first time since the originaliPhone was introduced in 2007. Similar changes happened during the shift from the fourthgeneration iPod Nano to the fifth which did not affect any 3rd party software but such adrastic shift in aspect ratio will definitely have its influence on the software developed for thenew phone, this has to be considered with utmost care by all the iPhone 5 app developersand iPhone app programmers.Apple is Looking AheadWith various speculations and predictions going around iPhone 5 fans and iPhone 5 appdevelopers, Apple needs to be conscious about each and every aspect of the phone toprovide for all expectationsAbout AuthorDCKAP is a Fremont, CA based global technology services company delivering technologydriven business solutions that meet the strategic objectives of the clients. Also For Freeconsultation and more informations on regarding iPhone App Developer, iPhoneDevelopment and iPhone App Programmer.2201 Walnut Ave, Suite 240Fremont, CA 94538Call US: 1 510.796.2525Email: firstname.lastname@example.org