iPhone–Version 5 unveiling with Qualcomm chip

     

    iPhone–Version 5 unveiling with Qualcomm chip

     

     

    Maybe no other phones might have been talked about like the iPhones. Each time an iPhone is on its course to getting released, assumptions and calculations about the model would’ve spread like anything over the internet. And each time something goes wrong and the device comes out surprising with features or applications unexpected or entirely new. This surprise element Apple has been able to keep up with its each models and their release might be just one another reason why it’s the most anticipated handset model in the entire world.

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    iPhone 4 has been considered as the most amazing iPhone yet and this would be definitely replaced by iPhone 5 for it keeps improving each time in their features and specifications. The latest rumour is iPhone’s possibility of having a Qualcomm ship embedded in it that would finally make it LTE enabled. Lately a confident statement on the availability of Qualcomm in iPhone 4 was heard.

    This would make it compatible with all the frequencies, 3G, 4G but definitely not WiMAX. It has to be noted that Qualcomm is designed to be able to support EV-DO, HSPA+ and the dual carrier HSPA+. Little known fact about the chip is that it can support all bands of LTE.

    Unlike the earlier review videos and news on the iPhone 5, which proved to be fake and just a fantasy of an iPhone lover, this one seems more official and confirmed. Things would get only better with iPhone and the Qualcomm chip is a priceless asset to its pride.

    This is expected to be one more powerful utility that iPhone 5 will boasts around and something worthy enough to look forward to. Another feature that came out about the iPhone 5 very recently is its ultra portable design, claiming that it’s the thinnest iPhone ever seems like a joke because, come on, who doesn’t know that?

     

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