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iPhone 4S is the phone that appeared when the whole world was looking forward to the iPhone 5.

iPhone 4S is the phone that appeared when the whole world was looking forward to the iPhone 5.

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  • iPhone 5 - A Detailed OutlookiPhone 4S is the phone that appeared when the whole world was looking forward to theiPhone 5. There was no iPhone 5 in 2011 after all, but the company did announce theiPhone 4S. However, the new iPhone 5 is expected to make its debut in the middle 2012.Its most likely to be launched at Apples Worldwide Developer Event (WWDC), whichusually takes place in early June. It seems Foxconn is even gearing up for that date. Soall the latest information about iPhone 5 is gathered and rounded them up below.iPHONE 5 FORM FACTORiPhone will be a completely new design with an entirely new casing. Steve Jobs cannedthe new handset and opted for the iPhone 4S because of the larger screen size of thenew device. It is speculated that a new size would create a two-tier iPhone ecosystem.iPHONE 5 SPECSApple may introduce a new quad-core CPU with its next iPhone release, as all handsetsthat are to be released in 2012 will be with quad-core processor. An increased memoryis expected in the latest iPhone 5.iPHONE 5 WILL HAVE 4G/LTE SUPPORTThere are many 4G handsets announced in the US, so it is expected that the iPhoneApp Programmer supports 4G technologies. Will Strauss from analyst firm ForwardConcepts, stated that the next iPhone will feature LTE technologies."Theyre savingiPhone 5 for the LTE version and that wont be out until next spring, After new iPad waslaunched with 4G, its widely expected that 4G will come to iPhone 5.PHONE 5 SCREENThe iPhone 5 might have a larger, 4-inch screen; this is because to support the tablet PCmarket as the vendor only has a 9.7-inch iPad in the market. The iPhone 5 could featurea curved glass screen. Apple has purchased between 200 and 300 special glass cuttingmachine. The new iPhone 5 would come sporting a larger, 4.6-inch retina display.iPHONE 5 DIGITAL WALLET NFCApple is speculated to include Near Field Communication (NFC) technology in the iPhone5. It is reported that the Google Wallet mobile payment platform could feature on thenew iPhone. Eric Schmidt admitted that Google is looking to port the software to othermanufacturers.iPHONE 5 CAMERASony made the camera for the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S. So there are expectations thatSony will make camera for the most hyped iPhone 5. Sources claim that the new iPhonecould have an 8MP camera. Indeed, Sony announced in January 2012 that it haddeveloped new back-illuminated stacked CMOS image sensors which are smaller in size.
  • iPHONE 5 PRICEiPhone 5 is expected to cost the same more or less as that as the iPhone 4S. iPhone 5will cost around 500 for a 16GB / 32GB model and unless if the iPhone 5 comes withsome truly next generation technology that pricing might vary drastically.Thus to add on to the speculation of the launch on June 15, 2012, there is a claim, thatthe Foxconn factory is looking to hire up to 20,000 new workers to replace its currenton-strike worker base in order to complete an order from Apple for iPhone AppDeveloper that need to be completed for a possible June 15 launch. Hope these workersgear up to meet the demand.About the SubmitterDCKAP 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 Developers, iPhoneDevelopment and iPhone App Programmers.DCKAP2201 Walnut Ave, Suite 240Fremont, CA 94538Call US: 1 510.796.2525Email: infoca@dckap.com