Last year, the world of technology lost Steve Jobs, the brilliant designer and CEO behind Apple. It was reported that his last big project was iPhone 5 (next gen iPhone), which is yet to be introduced.
According to Bloomberg , Jobs had a big say in creating the next gen iPhone, which is reportedly to have four-inch screen, a new case made from glass and aluminium, new antenna, and LTE connectivity. The iPhone 4s features the traditional 3.5 inch screen, so it would increase the total viewing area would increase thirty percent.
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Over the last few weeks, we’ve heard many different rumors regarding the future of Apple’s next phone. Such rumors including a liquid metal case and slightly larger SIM card holder. At press time, no iPhone 5 rumors have been confirmed by trusted sources.
Fans everywhere are waiting for the arrival of the next iPhone. I think people are expecting a model that’s similar to the previous models but with some significant changes. There is really no telling what the next Apple smartphone will bring but we hope that it will be more impressive than the rest. The iPhone 4s was a nice upgrade from iPhone 4 with iOS 5, Siri, Dual Core A5 Chip, iSight camera, and iCloud.
Next month, Apple will hold their Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco where they will talk about their upcoming plans for iOS and OS X systems. It’s possible that chief executive officer Tim Cook could make an announcement regarding the future of the iPhone. The company’s last smartphone (Apple iPhone 4s) was released in October 2011 and it’s expected that the next iPhone release will happen sometime this fall.
Apple never fails to impress. If they’re not creating cutting edge technology products, they’re upgrading the products, services, or software programs they already have. Apple is a prime example of a company that’s always ahead of the curve.