Apple iPhone 5 as you know, one of the widely anticipated phones is expected to hit the Market in summer, for last few weeks the Phone has been on the Peak of the rumors and assumptions and still stories about the iPhone are cooked up. So let’s make a look at the Device according to some new reports.
According to some new reports it’s said to be a completely modified Smartphone internally and externally and expected to be running on combined CDMA/GSM/UTMS chipset from Qualcomm, which will support both AT&T and Verizon here in the U.S. on ahead, Qualcomm will make the chips for all Apple mobile devices.
According to the Chinese Economic Daily News (via AppleInsider), with the exception of Qualcomm chipsets – which would replace the current Infineon chipsets in the iPhone 4 – Apple’s sticking with the same suppliers for the 2011 iPhone 5G components.
We’d expect the basics of the iPhone 5 specs to get a bump – more memory, faster processor, more storage – but DVICE quotes a single insider who claims to have handled Verizon prototypes.
The specs? A new antenna, 1.2GHz processor and a larger screen: 3.7″ instead of 3.5″. The iPhone 5 may also be made from a new kind of alloy, or maybe meat.
However, we’re also hearing word of a multi-core design, in keeping with the rest of the mobile world, as Apple looks to improve both battery life and performance.
It seems that the most notable thing about the iPhone 5, is not a sum of its features, but the fact that it will be the first iPhone that will launch without Steve Jobs’ daily presence. Although the ailing Apple CEO stated via press release this AM that he will continue his role during his medical absence
Another expectation is that the iPhone 5 is going to have A NFC capability like Google Android based devices, For starters, a 2010 Apple hire of a notable NFC (near field communication) expert Benjamin Vigier and the filing of several related patents, including one for a mobile payments service, suggest that the next iPhone will include an NFC chip inside .
This short-range, high frequency wireless technology allows for data exchanges between two devices in close proximity to each other.
According to AppleInsider that a source of the trustworthy kind has explained why the recently released iOS 4.3 beta has references to the PowerVR SGX543 GPU, and how it could impact the new iPhone 5 and iPad 2. The new Apple A5 chip to run in the iPhone 5 and iPad 2 is said to use an integrated SGX543 graphics and video core. The new graphics core also supports OpenCL, used to offload general purpose computing tasks on the GPU for fast execution.
A source familiar with Apple’s graphics strategy says the company will use the PowerVR SGX543MP2 GPU specifically, which pairs two SGX543 cores to work as one. It’s worth noting that the Apple A5 chip will require high memory bandwidth in order to make a more powerful GPU useful.
LTE; At least one analyst thinks the iPhone 5 will support LTE, super-fast mobile broadband, in the US. That would make the iPhone 5G a 4G phone, which won’t be confusing at all. LTE is certainly coming – AT&T plans to roll out its LTE service in 2011 – but an LTE iPhone has been rumoured for a while. USA Today floated the idea of an LTE iPhone on Verizon last year.
Anyway, Apple is not going to make gap for other devices to break into, now everything is going on rumor and we still have to wait until an official announcement on the Device but I think apple surely make this device a revolutionary with new facilities to beat the Android based devices being trend nowadays.
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