That’s the big question Apple has about its new iPhone.Bet on a higher resolution, just like the New iPad, or make it thinner, with a larger screen like its main competitors.
Ah, the iPhone will only be New iPhone and not iPhone 5, just as the iPad 3 is just New iPad.Also, what difference does it make?!?
Dimensions – many bet that the iPhone 4S would come lighter and thinner.And it did not come.Maybe that’s why he did not get the number “5”.
One option would be for Apple to follow the successful design of Motorola Razr.
Screen – iPhone 5 should come with a new screen.That will be at least 4 inches (against the current 3.5-inch iPhone 4S) to compete with Samsung’s Galaxy S II and Motorola’s Razr.
If you have a 4.6 “screen (such as the Galaxy S II), changes in the design of the handset are likely to be more radical.
Resolution – The iPhone 4S has a resolution of 960 by 640 pixels.Apple could adopt the same 2048 by 1536 pixels of the New iPad.
But for this would have to increase the size of the battery, and consequently make it more “fat” is the main equation that Apple will have to solve.
Processor – the iPhone 5 should house the A5X, the same chip that powers the iPad 3.
The A5SX has two cores for main processing and four cores for graphics processing, designed to match the capabilities of the new screen.
Connections – 4G networks are already a reality in US, European and Asian carriers.
The new iPad already has 4G and the iPhone 5 will also have.
Operating system – undoubtedly iOS 5.0 is one of the biggest responsible for the success of Apple’s mobile devices.
Thus, the changes should only focus on improving battery management.And, perhaps, in the long-awaited Siri voice system for the Portuguese language.