iPhone 5: Apple Officially Reveals latest iPhone

The news and rumors have been swirling around the media and blogs for quite a while now, and that’s about the much anticipated release of giant Smartphone making company, whose base is Cupertino, Apple’s iPhone 5. And to be frank and sincere, the period when the rumor about the release has been in the air, a lot of details of the iPhone 5 have been leaked and shared to the public. But unlike the iPhone 4S, Apple retained the name it gave the iPhone 5. But that’s just a surprising name, considering it’s the 6th generation iPhone device. And this will make the iPhone 4S in your hand an old device. Lol. Now, let’s go into the details of the device:

New Chipset
We all know about the new A5 chipset Apple generously gave the iPhone 4S when it was released, barely a year ago. This time around, the new iPhone 5 get something better, an A6 chipset. And with the A6 chipset, you can expect an even faster performance from the iPhone 5.This chipset, according to Apple’s Phil Schiller, is twice faster than the A5 in the iPhone 4s.

New Design
The design of the iPhone 5 is excellent! And one would think, what more can Apple bring to the table to impress its customers after releasing the astonishing iPhone 4S, but the iPhone 5 is magnificent.This new device bags a new 4-inch Retina display (a display that runs at 1136 by 640), a slimmer feature – it’s 20% lighter than the iPhone 4S, and 18% thinner to booth (techcrunch’s Chris Velazco says it’s not bad at all!).

Network Providers
At the moment, AT&T, Sprint, Verizon are already providing support for the iPhone 5’s LTE network in the US. But this is not expected to be a surprise to anyone again.
Notwithstanding all that have been said in the media and what rumors may have, there’s no talk of an integrated NFC at the moment.

Apple’s new move when camera is in the talk with the iPhone 5 will sweep Smartphone manufacturers off their feet and give them a run for their money. Instead of increasing the megapixels, Apple has decided to stick to the 8 megapixel.
It will shake manufacturers to hear that the camera on the iPhone 5 now has a built-in Panorama mode. The camera also supports 1080p video capture, which means users can now snap pictures while in video mode at the same time.
I bet Nokia and HTC won’t feel so good about this!
Continue to read this blog for even more details of the iPhone 5 release.


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