|Posted on March 7, 2012 at 5:30 PM|
There are many advancements in technology that may debut with the iPhone 5. It is thought that the new iPhone will run on aiGHz A5 dual-core processor. Apple has upgraded its smartphones several times since it first came out on the market, but nothing has been this quick. It is also rumored to have an 8MP auto-focus camera. Auto-focus was used on the previous 2 iPhones, but 8MP has never been seen on an iPhone.
Photos supposedly leaked show some superficial difference between the iPhone 5 and the iPhone 4. It may have a lithium-ion battery and aluminum backing. Some images show a 3.7 inch edge-to-edge screen. One “image” of the phone actually shows the iPhone 5 as a miniature version of the iPhone 4 with a fatter look and wider screen.No one will be able to say for sure until the phone is officially announced for release.
iPhone 5 Expected Features
Some of the features of the iPhone 5 will be similar to that of iPhone 4. It will have a camera, a built-in GPS device, and a display screen that measures 640 x 960 pixels. This is about double than that of the first two iPhones whose display was only 320 x 480 pixels. This makes for the highest quality screen known to Apple products and its competitors.
Of course, there have been those who have come along to burst everyone’s bubble. There are rumors that the iPhone 5 will be nearly identical to the previous model, and some have said that Apple isn’t even releasing a new phone this year, and it is all a scam. Others have speculated that another brand is putting a new phone on the market, and the story has gotten twisted enough to make us believe it is a beloved Apple iPhone.
There will be an expected half a million apps available for the iPhone 5 when it is released in October. This is more than double the amount that were in the Apple store when the iPhone 4 was released over a year ago. Even though it has not been a long wait since the last Apple iPhone release, the build-up has been enormous, the suspense has been torturous, and the rumors have been flying.
Blake Sanders writes at broadband comparison site Broadband Expert and specializes in technical writing with a focus on internet providers, cell phones, and the latest in high speed internet news and information.