The magnificent communication device, iPhone, is expected to witness another re-launch in the second half of 2011. Although the official release date of the device is yet to be disclosed the gadget lovers across the globe are already anticipating a mega launch in the upcoming months. As per the industry analysts, the new iPhone 5 would be glazed with some of the finest set of features that would make it a class apart device amongst the league of the rest.
Apple has set new benchmarks in the industry and rest of the equipment manufacturers often draw their inspiration from the marvel design and feature set that Apple has offered to all its customers. One of the much appreciated aspects about the device is that it has the most sensitive touch screen amongst similar smartphone touch devices. The new iPhone 5 would be powered on A5 processor and the front ending OS platform would be iOS4.3. Only iPad 2 has been powered on the new OS and it would be really interesting to note the performance of the device on the robust hardware support. The new iPhone is all set to take the world by surprise with its finest set of features and support on the go.
It is anticipated that the global launch of their most beloved device would be on a higher and better scale than iPad 2. Analysts are also anticipating enablement of 5 MP or more in the new iPhone 5. The end users should not be surprised if Apple provides 8 MP camera on the new device. Apple’s competitors, primarily Samsung, are keen to cover on the aspects where Apple hasn’t concentrated while launching the product.
The new iPhone 5 might be even sleeker than iPhone 4 as far as the depth size dimension is concerned. However, the overall design would be kept same by the equipment manufacturer. There were certain rumours about Apple releasing an abridged version of iPhone 5, however, all that seems to be past and it looks like an unlikely move by apple at the moment. Though there could be few free apps installed this time round. These would be pertaining to music and business. The new iPhone would be the order of the day amongst professionals and students.
They are anticipating the phone to be cheaper and a real value addition when slated against their daily deliverables. The connectivity options would be restricted to Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, 3G and local USB. The 4G support is not that matured enough at this point in time and Apple too would refrain from over committing its customers on the feature set. It would be interesting to note the approach of the equipment manufacturer in the competitive times.