Apple’s next generation iPhone 5 release date seems to have come very close. But there are people who believe that Samsung Galaxy S3 may be a tough opponent to beat
More and more iPhone 5 pictures have been leaked to the media. Though these pictures are still not very authentic given the fact that Apple hasn’t officially showcased these pictures, but we should not question them.
But Apple iPhone pictures never really appear before the launch becomes certain. There are several reasons for it and the most important of these reasons is the fact that no credible news source or even leading Apple blog will ever like its reputation tarnished. They also want to remain in good books of the Cupertino based tech giant and not antagonise the biggest tech company in the world.
Meanwhile Apple stock price is going up and up. The shares that were trading just above $500 are being traded for as high as $645 per share. Reports suggest that Apple investors are dreaming to make record profit from the next generation iPhone 5.
Long before its launch, iPhone 5 features are making headlines. Wall Street Journal report says Apple smartphone will be significantly thinner compared to its existing variant
Meanwhile there are reports that suggest that not only iPhone 5 will be bigger, it will also be considerably thinner compared to the existing iPhone versions. WSJ reaffirms Apple’s next iPhone will feature thinner in-cell touchscreen The Wall Street Journal has come out with the report that Apple would be using a new technology that would render the screen even thinner than what it is now on the iPhone 4S. Currently standing slim at a thickness of 9.3 millimeters, the iPhone is one of the slimmest smartphones out in the market. According to analyst Hiroshi Hayase of DisplaySearch, the new technology being adopted by Apple for iPhone 5 integrates touch sensors into the LCD,
Sharp and other Apple display manufacturing partners are reportedly working overtime to produce such a huge quantity in such a short period of time. People close to the matter revealed that Japanese liquid-crystal-display makers Sharp Corp. and Japan Display Inc. and South Korea’s LG Display Co. are currently mass-producing the in-cell technology panels for the next iPhone. Japan Display happens to be a new firm that combines three Japanese electronics makers’ display units. Besides turning the iPhone slimmer and providing better image quality, the new technology would also cut costs for Apple as it does not have to use separate touch panels and LCD panels from separate suppliers.
The Cupertino based tech giant is among the top innovative company in the world. Apple always leads the pack when it comes to developing new product families and ideas, beside of course maintaining it. In the smartphone age this has led to litigation everywhere as the company seeks to protect its intellectual property, but somehow the Android wolf pack has managed to characterize its actions as those of a greedy controlling firm taking away some bastardized notion of “freedom of choice”. They miss that the companies they instead champion can easily be seen as putting up barriers to innovation. Besides of course the company stop exploiting the poor working condition among millions of people.