BY | March 21, 2012

with the launch of new iPad 3 there are more rumors doing the rounds about iPhone 5. Reports suggest that the new iPhone will come with NFC, 4G LTE capability and 4Plus inch screen

Following the new iPad launch, there is another round of speculation about another product from Cupertino based tech giant Apple. There are expectations that Apple will be launching its much anticipated iPhone 5 with some major improvements.

Many people are saying that Apple will be using a bigger display, more powerful processor and better RAM than what is found in the existing iPhone 4S. it is notwithstanding the fact that despite no body improvement, Apple iPhone 4S has shattered all previous records of Apple’s iPhone in the market.

Apple’s last smartphone iPhone 4S is being loved by millions of eager fans who have gone for it since its launch in October last year. It has been called as the best smart phone launched so far in the market and a study showed that its users derived most satisfaction from it compared to any smart phone by any manufacturer.

The study conducted by J.D. Power and Associates says that iPhone users are most satisfied of all smart phone users using a variety of smart phones from different manufacturers and running on different operating system. J.D. Power and Associates report says that Apple’s iPhone is the highest in U.S. customer satisfaction, beating out other popular handset makers like HTC and Samsung.

Meanwhile there are suggestions from  reliable sources that the next generation iPhone would be launched in the market in September. Japan’s top technology blog Macotakara that has successfully made several predictions about Apple products in the says recently that Apple’s next iPhone is expected to debut in September or October of this year. It was said it appears that Apple plans to maintain this cycle “for years.” This proves what other speculative reports suggested earlier that the next iPhone would come at least one year from the launch of the last iPhone variant.

In the meantime there are indications that Apple is going to improve the forthcoming smartphone by leaps and bounds. Reports suggest that Apple would slot in a Tegra 3 quad core processor in its iPhone 5. But analysts now think that there is virtually no chance for a quad core processor to come in iPhone 5. Apple may enhance clock speed of iPhone 5’s processor from the current version’s 1GHz to either 1.2GHz or 1.5GHz. It is when key Android product makers like Samsung, HTC, Motorola and LG are working to build smartphones with quad core processors.

Apple’s latest iPad 3 tablet comes with 4G LTE capability. It is now expected that within the next few months Apple will certainly put in this feature in its forthcoming smartphone. Apple is already in tie-up with Verizon and AT&T, two leading 4G LTE service providers in the U.S., for selling its iPhone. So it could introduce 4G LTE rather easily. Another important feature that would be loved by Apple fans is NFC or Near Field Communication. It is a great wireless transfer technology. Almost all new Android smartphones are coming up with NFC chips, which will let users make wireless transfers and payments faster.

But the most important feature that all Apple fans are looking forward in the next version of iPhone is a larger screen size. Almost every top-of-the-line Android handsets comes with 4-inch plus display screens. The most recent Samsung Galaxy Nexus has a 4.65-inch display. But Apple iPhone still sports a 3.5-inch display.

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  • Hj muhammad nikman

    Looking forward to having it sooner…

  • R1ck

    Would a larger screen allow the device to be thinner or curved? id like to see wireles charging its not much but a funky lil touch