• Apple iPhone 5 news: one of the two 3.999 inches new Apple iPhone being tested would be iPhone 5

    Posted on May 23rd, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    The new iPhone has been talked for a long time. People are guessing about what it would bring and when it would come out. I have written a post on the release date of iPhone 5 which indicates no release of iPhone 5 on this WWDC. And this seems to be more reliable since the latest news from 9to5Mac. The Phonearena writer Alan F has wrote a post about the news from 9to5Mac. Check the news bellow:

    According to 9to5Mac, at Apple HQ, testing is taking place on a couple of prototype handsets, one of which will probably become the next Apple iPhone 5. The prototypes are disguised by being put in thick black shells which are designed to hide the true identity of the phone inside. Two of the models being tested have larger screens than the current 3.5 inches that used to be considered generously sized when the first Apple iPhone was launched in 2007. Since then, we have seen the envelope widen from the 4.3 inches that seemed so large on the HTC HD2 to the 5.3 inches on the Samsung GALAXY Note. The two Apple iPhone prototypes with the larger screen are internally called the iPhone 5.1 and the iPhone 5.2.

    iPhone 5

    The HTC HD2 raised the bar with its 4.3 inch screen

    Both the iPhone 5.1 and the iPhone 5.2are in the PreEVT stage of testing and go by the code names N41AP and N42AP respectively. The pair both sport a 3.999 inch screen, measured diagonally. Besides increasing the size of the display, Apple is also adding pixels to the screen as the new models have a resolution of 640 x 1136, which produces excellent digital enjoyment of watching HD videos on iPhone 5. That’s an extra 176 pixels added down. The width of the screen will remain 1.9632 but will now be 3.484 inches tall and the aspect ratio will be close to 16:9.

    There is also speculation that Apple will be working to maximize the extra real estate on iOS 6 by adding a fifth row of icons (not including the stationary icons, of course) and this is where the extra pixels come in to keep the screen a Retina display. Both of these models are said to have a home button and a smaller dock connector. The new dock connector is said to be a smaller version of the current 30-pin one and is said to be in between a micro USB connector and a mini one.

    Considering that the last two Apple iPhone models ended up on the floor of a bar, we would imagine that the Cupertino based firm has tightened up security in terms of who can test a unit off-campus and who gets to take a prototype home.

    Source files from: http://www.phonearena.com/news/Two-versions-of-the-Apple-iPhone-being-tested-says-report-both-with-3.999-inch-screen_id30511

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  • iPhone 5 news: No iPhone 5 release on WWDC while more focus on iPhone 5 screen

    Posted on May 21st, 2012 David Brooks | No comments

    It’s been a long time for people rumoring Apple iPhone 5. People care about iPhone 5 release date, iPhone 5 specs, iPhone 5 price, iPhone 5 versions, etc. It’s commonly rumored before that the iPhone 5 might get released on this WWDC, which is going to be held next month. But, now that a pretty strong consensus is gelling that there will be no iPhone 5 unveiling at the Worldwide Developers Conference next month, focus of speculation has turned once again to issues of the iPhone 5 screen size. There have been rumors that the next Apple iPhone would adopt a flexible OLED panel on a curved surface. That seems to be possible for Apple is taking a more active interest in OLED technology. As for the screen size, there have been rumors that iPhone 5 would include a 4” or even larger display. Reuters even projected more specifically that the next iPhone 5 screen size would be 4.6 inches.

    iPhone 5

    It would be awesome for owners to enjoy HD videos on iPhone 5 whatever screen size the iPhone 5 adopts, as either 4.0 or 4.6 inches screen would produces better visual effect than watching HD videos on iPhone 4S. But these are just rumors, as Apple may not adopt larger screen display on iPhone 5. There are some objectively good reasons why Apple has kept the screen dimension at 3.5 inches through the iPhone’s first five generations. An obvious one it that it facilitates an ideally pocketable size and lower weight than a larger panel would. Another of course is that smaller displays enhance battery runtime per charge. Larger screen display consumes more battery, while Apple iPhones have been always hoped to be increased in battery performance.

    Meanwhile, the larger display on iPhone 5 would present new challenges for developers as apps may not work as good on larger screen display as used to operate on smaller screen display. Of course, challenges are always accompanied with opportunities. There’re also great opportunities for developers.

    But we are still back to the words that it’s still too early to talk about these things as there’s no official news about the new iPhone screen size and materials. We still have to wait for the official iPhone 5 release, which is highly believed to be the mid to late September or more likely October, either on the anniversary of the 2011 iPhone 4S release, or to commemorate a year since Steve Jobs’s death.

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