Watch Out for the New iPhone 5

As the 5th generation of the iPhone is on the verge of being released, and with all the speculations spreading on the Internet about the iPhone 5, people are anticipating and desperately waiting for the launch of the smartphone. Many fans and current Apple iPhone consumers are wondering what groundbreaking features Apple will add to the new iPhone 5.

Although Apple does not reveal the exact specifications and features until the device is officially unveiled, we could dictate some of the main features that are expected. The upcoming phone is expected to sport the Apple’s latest and greatest A5 processor chip, iCloud service, higher-resolution camera, and a 4-inch screen size.

Here are some of the most anticipated iPhone 5 features:

iOS 5

Apple announced iOS 5.0 and its features, the user interface is based on the concept of direct manipulation, using multi-touch gestures. It is expected to come with more than 200 new features that will include improved Notification System, News Stand and iMessage.


Apple’s iPhone 5 is expected to feature the new iCloud service for wireless remote access of music from all computers and mobile devices.The iPhone5 will automatically sync with the iCloud which will allow users to store photos, apps, calendars and documents without having them to store in the phone’s memory.

The New Size

Currently the iPhone 4 has a 3.5 inches screen size, and sources indicate that Apple might stay locked with the current size. But a few other sources say that Apple is planning to increase the screen size to 4-inch with higher screen resolution.

The New Processor

It’s an A5. It’s the same thing that’s in an iPad 2. The iPhone 5 loads and runs apps substantially faster than the iPhone 4. Yep.

The New Screen

It’s wider. Even using a loupe, we’re unable to tell if the pixel density’s changed on our prototype. I stared very hard. At any rate, it doesn’t really matter if the pixel count is upped; Apple has proven before that you can boost a screen without adding more points of light. This phone is no exception; the display looks “better,” as every iPhone screen has from generation to generation.

The New Camera

Remember how great the camera in the MyTouch 4G is? It’s the same thing, and it’s just as good. The 8-megapixel backside-illuminated CMOS sensor really slams the gavel in the case for abandoning your point-and-shoot altogether. The virtual shutter snaps snappier, colors pop more, and noise is all but eliminated in all but the most unfavorable conditions.

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