• Apple iPhone 5 Got Released: 4″ Retina Display, A6 Processor, iOS 6, LTE Networking

    Posted on September 13th, 2012 David Brooks | 274 comments

    It has been more than one year since Apple released their last wonderful iPhone 4S. Today, just hours ago, Apple CEO Tim Cook officially took the wraps off the shiny new iPhone 5 to fulfill our long term anticipations. Apple described the new iPhone 5 “Thinner, Lighter and Faster” with its various specs, while Phil Schiller, senior vice president of worldwide marketing, did the majority of the iPhone 5 talking, and described the iPhone 5 as “an absolute jewel. It is the most beautiful product we have ever made, bar none.” Phil Schiller has made a quite precise description on iPhone 5. Simply from the outside appearance of iPhone 5, 123.8 x 58.6 x 7.6mm phone body entirely made from glass and aluminium weighing only 112g. No doubt, just like its predecessors, the iPhone 5 also produces excellent hand feel.

    The iPhone 5 doesn’t disappoint users who need a HD screen display with its 4 inches Retina Display whose resolution reaches up to 1136×640 pixels and yields a PPI of 326 for better image and video experience. If you want to watch HD movies on iPhone 5, you will certainly get satisfied. Considering for the smoothness of phone operation? That is even not a problem as iPhone 5 comes with its A6 processor with 1GB RAM, which provides up to twice the CPU and graphics performance as that of iPhone 4S.

    Apple iPhone 5

    Not letting us down, the iPhone 5 features Apple’s latest iOS 6 smartphone operating system, which means users could own over 200 new user features including: an all new Maps app with Apple-designed cartography, turn-by-turn navigation and an amazing new Flyover™ view; Facebook integration for Contacts and Calendar, with the ability to post directly from Notification Center, etc. Plus the existing 700,000 apps currently on the App Store, people would have a wider choice. iOS 6 will drop a couple of days before the iPhone 5, on September 19. It’s compatible with the iPhone 3GS, iPhone 4, iPhone 4S, iPad 2, new iPad, and fourth gen iPod touch.

    As for the iPhone 5’s camera, the phone has an 8-megapixel sensor, 5-element lens and f/2.4 aperture, complete with “Dynamic low light mode”, “precision lens alignment”, and “Sapphire crystal”. Image capture is 40% faster. Users could capture up to 1080P HD video with iPhone 5. The camera also provides video stabilization, face detection, and the ability to take pictures while filming. The front-facing shooter is 720p, and Facetime is finally – in some capacity – going cellular (previously Wi-Fi only). The iPhone 5’s Panorama mode looks suitably slick. Holding the iPhone 5 in portrait, you simply swing the camera around horizontally and it captures the view. Automatic smoothing promises to iron out the bumps. The iPhone 5 provides a new feature called Shared Photo Streams that seemingly allows you to set up groups, so you can share photos with your family or biker gang or whatever.

    iPhone 5

    Before the official release, many people were discussing that the new iPhone might not get LTE support due to patent consideration. However, Apple just made it. The iPhone 5 boasts “ultrafast wireless”, and 100Mbps LTE (Long Term Evolution) on various LTE carriers of iPhone 5 around the world. No mention of NFC (Near Field Communication), however. Besides LTE networking, the iPhone 5 also supports connectivity including WCDMA, EVDO, dual-band 802.11n WiFi and Bluetooth. Nano-SIM card supported sports even more convenience.

    As for calls, the iPhone 5 has three microphones: front, bottom and back. There’s also a noise-cancelling earpiece, and something called “wideband audio” for more natural sounding calls. It won’t be compatible with all networks, but Orange was mentioned as a wideband adopter.

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  • Get Ready for the iPhone 5 on Apple’s Special September 12th Event

    Posted on August 29th, 2012 David Brooks | 1 comment

    There were reports that the iPhone 5 might get released on a special September 12th event. And now, it has been confirmed and here I’m really happy to tell you all that the next generation of Apple iPhone has been scheduled for release on Wednesday, September 12th, with a shipment available nine days after that, September 21st, Friday. The new iPhone is said to be released in the event in San Francisco along with the new 7 inch iPad mini, the updated version of the current iPad 3, iPod Touch and iPod Nano. As only less than two weeks from the official introduction of this new gadget, people are becoming even more curious on the specs and features of iPhone 5, which is the name of the next generation iPhone most people prefer, just like the latest hot reports on the pin dock connector and NFC support. Today, let’s just make a preview of iPhone 5 to see what exactly it will be.

    iPhone 5 on Sep. 12th Event

    Firstly, let’s start with the pin dock connector of iPhone 5. There are hot sayings that the new iPhone will include a 9 Pin Dock Connector in place of the previous 30 Pin Dock Connector. From the latest news of 9to5 Mac, Apple will be replacing its current 30-pin connector with a new 9-pin dock connector in the next generation of iPhones, as well as all of its iOS devices in September. A smaller connector would make it impossible to use existing speakers, docks, and chargers without the use of an adapter converting it back to the traditional 30-pin, something that Apple will likely make available.

    Secondly, let’s take a look on the screen and phone body. The iPhone 5 is believed to feature larger screen and thinner phone built. According to the sources, the new iPhone’s taller display screen is designed to accommodate additional five rows of apps. The screen is as large as 4.0 inches, much larger than the 3.6 inches screen display on iPhone 4S, with aspect ratio at 19:9, making it even more wonderful to watch HD videos on iPhone 5. The Phone is also 10% thinner than the iPhone 4S.

    Next, let’s see the network connectivity and processor performance. The iPhone 5 is surely to run on the 4G LTE network connectivity, which is now applicable to most advanced smartphones. For the processor, the iPhone 5 is reported to run on the A6 processor, which is even faster than the A5X processor on iPhone 4S. No doubt, iOS 6 will be adopted in iPhone 5 when it comes out.

    Another anticipating feature of iPhone 5 is NFC. There are reports which say iPhone 5 comes with no NFC support while the majority of reports support NFC capability on iPhone 5. From the reports and information leaked, the latter is more reliable.

    Aside from these, the new iPhone is also reported to have Passbook as its first step into the mobile-payments space. The company has already acknowledged that it will be replacing Google Maps in iOS 6 with its own mapping application with 3D capabilities.

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