iPhone 5 Specifications Out In The Market

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iPhone 5 Specifications Out In The Market
The i-Phone series have revolutionised the Smartphone segment more than any other handset till now. Apple made a fortune from the particular series and the i-Phone was at one stage the most sought after mobile device in the world. The company has recently launched i-Phone 4 globally and the new model is already making steady progress up the sales ladder and so is the popularity.


I-Phone stands out from its competitors due to its unique styling and ultra fast and interactive user interface that is courtesy of the latest versions of the iOS. There has been lot of conceptions spreading around regarding the phone but apple has not responded to any queries relating to the Phone. The most recent of these rumours involve a picture claiming to be of the i-Phone 5.

The phone in the picture is seemingly running on China Mobile"s 3G network. The pictures related to this incident have been spotted in several websites and if the numerous reports are correct, the company may launch the phone in September of 2011.

Apple intends to bring i-Phone 5 to the Chinese market through China Mobile. China mobile is arguably one of the largest mobile phone carriers in the world. The presence of Apple"s COO Mr. Tim Cook in China Mobiles corporate offices in china last month is an added proof to this speculation.

Now let us take a look into i-Phone 5 specifications. The phone is expected to look as similar as i-Phone 4 but is also rumoured to be slimmer and lighter in dimensions and weight.

i-Phone 5 is expected to arrive in the market with most probably all the following features.

  • A5 processor with processor speeds in the range of 1.2 to 1.5 GHz
  • Aluminium coated rear cladding
  • Teardrop Design adapted from the i-Pod Touch
  • More powerful antenna

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