New iPhone 5 rumors are everywhere and every Apple fan is claiming that Apple baby will be better than Samsung Galaxy S3?
If rumors are to be believed, Cupertino based Apple is all set to introduce its next generation new iPhone 5 during its media event. The technology giant will introduce a reportedly bigger and better smartphone that compares well with the top of the line Android and Windows Phone 9 handsets launched in recent months.
Though Apple is all set to go for a bigger size for its next generation smartphone, it will still be far smaller than Samsung’s Galaxy S3 and HTC One X that are almost 5 inch in size. On the other hand Apple’s new iPhone 5 is expected to be 4 inch, .5 inch bigger than its existing display of 3.5 inch.
Apple boss Tim Cook is expected to announce the details in San Francisco with millions of gadget fans around the world waiting on tenterhooks for the news, The Sun reported.
As with previous iPhone launches, thousands of Britons are sure to queue up overnight or even camp out in a bid to be among the first to get their hands on one.
But opinion is divided as to whether Apple will launch a brand-new slimmer, lighter and faster iPhone 5 or simply refine the current model into a souped-up 4S version with new features, in a similar way it did in 2009 with the iPhone 3GS, according to the newspaper.
Feature wise the new phone from Apple is going to be great. There are more details doing the rounds about the next generation iPhone. A report in another Apple blog Patently Apple suggests that the Cupertino based tech giant has filed a petition for 3D camera capabilities in its iOS devices. After approval, 3D camera imaginary can become a revolutionary feature in Apple’s upcoming iPhone. This report makes us believe that Cupertino based tech giant Apple’s iPhone 5 will come with two camera sensors linked to advance image processing module. IPhone 5’s camera module is expected to use RADAR and LIDAR technology and luminance sensors to produce a real-time 3D image. But we will have to wait for a few more hours to know exactly what feature it will have.