After the great success of iPhone 4, Apple is now going to introduce its latest version named as iPhone 5 that will be available for the customers in September this year. The hardware specs are more or less similar to its predecessor set the iPhone 4 except few improved changes.
The most prominent feature is that it is made compatible for both GSM and CDMA and it is subjected to Qualcomm baseband with improved antenna design. Another modification involves 8 megapixel rear camera and iPad 2’s A5 processor.
The iPhone phone will be powered by iOS 5 which is one of the causes of delay in its production. Nowadays Apple is only concentrating on iOS 5 for their new hardware design which is one of the reasons for big silence from Apple.
According to the Concord Securities analyst, as the supply chain of Apple gets recovered (that was hit by the recent Japan earthquake) and iOS 5 gets ready iPhone 5 will rush to the mobile market. It will first bring as trial introduction in August this year and hopefully officially launch in September.
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