Apple iPhone 5S To Have Quad-Core GPU And Retain Same A6 Chipset

By Anuj

Apple's next-generation phone 5S is rumored to arrive in September, and the latest rumor point out that production has already started. What is more important to know that Apple has kept the external form factor same, while the internal specifications have been revamped.

According to expreview, the hardware specifications of the iPhone 5S are beefed up to compete with likes of Samsung Galaxy S4. The handset will have a 4-inch IGZO display having resolution of 1136 x 640 pixels. IGZO display could boost iPhone battery life considerably.

The report further says that Apple will use A6 chipset to power up next-generation iPhone, however, this time around quad-core GPU (PowerVR SGX544MP4), should be a possibility. This means CPU will remain the same.

Apple iPhone 5S To Have Quad-Core GPU And Retain Same A6 Chipset


The Cupertino-based tech giant is also said to use 2GB of RAM and this rumor should be taken seriously. Apple to use fingerprint sensor technology is not new and many reports in the past mentioned the same.

Well, by any chance NFC technology was not in the original plan, but recent reports are coming with evidence claiming that Apple has plans to use NFC chip in next-gen iPhone. In the camera department, iPhone 5S will be stuffed with a 12-mega pixel camera with Dual LED Flash. Apple is also geared up to introduce new camera UI with built in filter options.

Recently,, got its hands on leak allegedly shows batteries made for the iPhone 5S. Going by the images, it is hard to say whether they are made for the next-gen iPhone or not. Even the information about their capacity / size is yet to be confirmed.

Another site, FanaticFone, got its hands on some rare images of front -facing camera to be used in the forthcoming iPhone 5S. The report claimed that Apple has redesigned both rear and front facing cameras.

As mentioned earlier, iPhone 5S is said to have some sort of weird security mechanism. TechNews claimed that Apple could use Sapphire glass to make its traditional home button capacitive in nature. Further, the report says that the Cupertino-based tech giant has plans to use fingerprint technology sensor to make the device secure.

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