• 6 features of Apple iPhone 5 that are most anticipated

    Posted on May 4th, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    The waiting for the Apple iPhone 5, ever since the release of iPhone 4, has been for so long a time that we may care more about what Apple iPhone 5 would bring to us. There were a lot of anticipations and speculations towards the Apple iPhone 5 since iPhone 4, like an advanced processor (A5), large screen display, edge-to-edge design, better battery, etc. Some have been realized in iPhone 4S, while still some other need to be realized in future Apple iPhones. Here, I have collected some features about Apple iPhone 5 that are most anticipated from people around the world and hopped to be included in the next generation of Apple iPhone, probably iPhone 5 or other codename. Check the following content to get the detailed things about Apple iPhone, as that might be the specific features of the next Apple iPhone. And feel free to show your own opinions on the next Apple iPhone in the comment part.

    iPhone 5New redesign: With the iPhone 4S, we didn’t get the redesign that a lot of people were hoping for. But in the next generation of Apple iPhone, it’s almost certain we’ll get it with the iPhone 5. Will it be thinner, with a teardrop design? Look more like the iPad 2? Bigger screen? Well, all these seem to be possible on the next iPhone.

    Better battery life: Battery life has been a big concern on smartphones. Every time Apple puts out a new iPhone, the battery life gets slightly better, so we expect no less from the sixth-generation iPhone.

    4G network compatibility: With the development of 4G network connectivity, more and more smartphones are 4G network connectivity supported for faster speed on downloading. But on iPhone 4S, it in facts supports only a 3.5G network connectivity, other than a real 4G network connectivity. As many rivals of Apple iPhone start to support 4G, it’s firmly believed that the next iPhone would add 4G into its plan.

    A6 processor: Apple iPhone 4s and its 3rd generation of iPad have adopted 1GHz A5 processor for better processing performance. Many people anticipated an A6 processor on the next Apple iPhone. The A6 chip is reportedly a 28nm process (compared with the A5’s 45nm), meaning lower energy consumption and higher speeds. A faster processor would improve the performance of Siri, the iPhone 4S’ integrated voice assistant, as well as a host of other features, including still and video image capture, thus it is quite reasonable for people to look forward to an A6 processor.

    Improved 3D graphics: Apple improves the graphics capabilities with each new iteration of the iPhone, with the iPhone 4S offering a big jump over the iPhone 4. The iPhone 4S has the PowerVR SGX543MP found in the iPad 2, and we expect that the iPhone 5 will get the next-generation PowerVR chip, as the PowerVR SGX545 had been announced last year already.

    NFC support: When the iPhone 4S was going to be released, there had been voices for the NFC (Near Field Communication technology), which finally was missed on iPhone 4S. Since many other smartphones have always added this technology and the mature of NFC technology, it’s great possible for Apple to add NFC support on Apple iPhone 5.

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