When it comes to brand recall, it is hard to ignore iPhone. The craze around the device is still not diminished despite surge in Samsung's reputation. Last year was rather tough for Apple, as the tech giant hasn't made right with Apple iPhone 5. The handset was launched with much fan fare, but the sales went unnoticed -thanks to Galaxy S3.
This year Apple has plans to announce the sequel to iPhone 5. Trade pundits are betting high on iPhone as a brand. The street is abuzz with rumors of iPhone to be announced on June 20. Now a fresh rumor has rocked web earlier today. Chinese blog Wei Feng Network reported that iPhone 5S will be launched with 4-inch display, a thinner narrow bezel, and the pixel count is expected to be whooping 1.5 million.
According to a recent report, Apple is not keen to announce iPhone 5 during WWDC developers' conference. During WWDC, the Cupertino-based tech giant would like to stick around iOS 7. The much celebrated OS is now being made under the supervision of great Jonathan Ive. The newer version will be black, white and flat. Some analysts expect that iOS 7 will look like Windows Phone 8 in terms of look and feel.
Apple which is in fact world's greatest tech company by size and revenue is now said to source display panels to be used in iPhones from Sharp. The struggling Japanese giant has been given contract to use IGZO display technology to be featured in the upcoming iPhone 5S. It is said that IGZO display led panel uses 1080p Full HD display. It simply means, the next version of iPhone could be as superior as Samsung Galaxy S4 or HTC One, in terms of resolution.
Tim Cook managed tech company is aiming to make India, it next big market in the coming years. It is largely believed that Apple has plans to announce a low cost version of iPhone later this year. Of lately, the company has managed to turn around its operations in India by introducing EMI schemes. Stay tuned to GizBot