Nobody knows whether the next iPhone will be called iPhone 5. Is Apple planning to give some new name to it? God knows.
Apple’s next generation smartphone is set to be released later this year. Much of the discussion regarding upcoming iPhone of late has centered on what that release will see brought to the table.
To date, for example, all iPhones have featured a 3.5-inch display while the Android-powered samrtphones has seen huge variation in display sizes and technology over the last four years. Could the iPhone 5 see a new form factor, complete with new screen size? While possible, the suggestion now is that the intricacies of the iPhone 5 have yet to be finalized at Apple with less than six months to go until the handset is expected to begin shipping.
The latest claims have come from iMore, whose sources appear to be confident that October is still the month for the release of next iPhone, even if Apple itself does not quite know what the thing we are buying will look like.
According to iMore, the one thing that we can be sure of is the October release date. iMore says that the new iPhone will come with a new, smaller dock connector also likely to feature according to the web site. The much-rumored screen size change and new aspect ratio, though, have apparently yet to be finalized by Apple’s engineers. However, this does not mean that the iPhone 5 will not see both changes find their way into the final design. Some rumors say Apple will stick to same screen size. Some rumors say that the next iPhone will have larger retina display.
Well, there are another five months of rumors to go. They we will see.
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