Wednesday, December 14, 2011

iPhone 5 Review Everything you wants in A mobile
So, after months and months of fevered speculation, we finally found out that the latest version of Apple’s iconic handset was the iPhone 4S, not the iPhone 5 as had been widely predicted. The iPhone 4S was not the major update which many had predicted, but this in turn suggests that the iPhone 5, set to be launched in 2012, could be a revolutionary change.
Although Apple has only just launched the iPhone 4S, details and rumours about the next iPhone are already emerging. This is down to the fact that the iPhone 4S was launched later than normal (October) and that the next iPhone is scheduled to return to the regular mid-summer launch slot in 2012.
With all the rumours and reports flying around the internet making it impossible to know what exactly is going on, we've decided to do the hard work for you, and bring together all the relevant details in one place. We'll be updating the details as the launch draws closer and we want you to let us know in the comments what you want from the new iPhone and what you think we'll see.

iPhone: Bigger screen

In the past year, the trend for ever-larger smartphone screens has been led by the Android bridge with devices like the HTC Sensation XL and the Samsung Galaxy Note. Even Windows Phone devices are getting in on the act with the monstrous HTC Titan.
However Apple has stuck to its tried and tested handset screen size of 3.5in, which when put side-by-side with some of these modern day beasts looks positively weedy. And so it is no surprise that rumours abound that the iPhone 5 will have a larger screen - 4in to be exact.
Reports suggest that both Hitachi Displays and Sony Mobile Display Corporation have begun production of the panels for the iOS devices and that they will be delivered to the companies assembling the iPhone in the coming weeks.

iPhone 5: New shape

Soon after the launch of the iPhone 4S, reports emerged that Steve Jobs was working on a radical new design of the iPhone prior to his untimely death. This new design is said to be teardrop shaped and will be 8mm longer with an aluminium case. It will also use a curved glass screen, similar to the one seen on the Galaxy Nexus.


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