About iPhone 5 – Coming September of 2012 (4G)

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Just now I read an article on iPhone 5, which is coming on September of 2012 (4G). Can anyone clarify the below details –

  1. Will the new iPhone 5 be a complete redesign?
  2. Will have some amazing new hardware and features be there?
  3. How much faster it will be?
  4. Why we will use iPhone 5?

Thanks in advance

Pamela J Mullis

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Answered By 0 points N/A #134782

About iPhone 5 – Coming September of 2012 (4G)

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Hello Pamela,

I think I can provide you information on this topic. Releasing in September iphone 5 is currently on fire for its rumors waving around. According to various news it is sure that the iPhone 5 will be complete radical redesign. Steve Jobs was working on it. So due to his legacy it must be a special one.

It must have some amazing features. One of them is using of NFC technology. It can be used as a electronic wallet. So many other features are available too. iPhone 5 will house the A5 as the main processor. The processor speed will be somewhere between 1.2 to 1.5 GHz, with probably a 1GB RAM. Wait for it to be released. Then review the actual features. Then take the decision for it.

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About iPhone 5 – Coming September of 2012 (4G)

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Hi Pamela

Let me answer you accordingly with the same order of your questions:

1. With the design, you can say that it’s an overhaul. There are no official announcements as to how it would look like. But according to rumors and similarly as what shows up in different blogs and websites, it would have bigger screen whilst being slimmer. And it is also expected to have a smaller sit card and a different charging port.

2. It is also expected to have:

4G LTE enabled

iOS6 installed (and faster of course)

Improved Siri

NFC enabled

3. With all these improvements, (and more to be announced) who does not want to have the next generation iPhone?

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