Rumors are always bouncing around about the next piece of amazing Apple technology about to hit the market and right now everyone is focused on the iPhone 5.
We told you all about the rumored features — which include a larger screen, different colors, stronger shell and faster processor — but now at least one of those has been confirmed.
The next iPhone will indeed have a larger screen to compete with the Android. Sources say it will measure at least four 4 inches diagonally, compared to 3.5 inch screen on the iPhone 4S.
In terms of the phone's overall size, it's going to be longer to accommodate the screen and thinner to accommodate our pockets. Sources say:
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Ugh! We're so bored of our iPhone 4s already. When is the iPhone 5 coming out!? LOL!
Apple hasn't even announced the new model yet, but that's not stopping technology enthusiasts from speculating what kind of cool new features will come standard.
So far people are assuming that rainbow colors will be available on the 5 because the company filed patents involving carbon fiber material. The bodies won't just be colorful either — they'll be stronger!
On top of possibly utilizing
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According to a reliable source, the iPhone 5 really is going to be bigger and better — literally!!
The screen of the new Apple baby will be 4+ inches!! That's big! Not only that, but the casing is going to be new too!! Hmm… inneresting…
But of course Apple hasn't settled on a version to release, so there may be some alterations before we see the big reveal!!
But for right now it sounds like Siri might have some competition!!! Let's ask her what she thinks… "Let's just talk about you," she says. LOL!!!
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Will this be the iPad equivalent of iPhone 4s???
Sources at supply chain DigiTimes are claiming Apple will have "an inventory of next-generation iPads with about 2 million units by the end of 2011."
Given the fact that other sources are saying that iPad 3 will launch in the third quarter of 2012, it seems like this new rumored iPad COULD coming out before the
iPhone 5 iPad 3.
We're hearing that
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IT'S THE IPHONE 5!!!!!!
We are thrilled to announce that the world will be graced with one more wonderful product designed by Steve Jobs, and that is the NEXT iPhone!
Here's what Rodman & Renshaw analyst Ashok Kumar had to say about it:
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But can the new iPhone cook us chicken and pasta for dinner????
Okay, so maybe the new iPhone can't do EVERYTHING that a human does, but the newly launched
iPhone 5 iPhone 4s WILL recognize your voice!
Here are the important release/price/network details of the new phone:
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He's got a lot to live up to, but we have confidence that Steve Jobs let the job in the right hands.
On Tuesday, Oct. 4, newly appointed CEO Tim Cook will make his first lengthy public appearance to unveil the upcoming iPhone 5. For the media and Apple alike, this is a big day, not so much because of the new iPhone, but because this will be Tim's chance to set the tone of his relationship with the press and his new role during this event. You only get one chance at a first impression and like we said, his predecessor was quite beloved.
Still, we're sure that if this thing is planned for two weeks from now, chances are Tim is being coached and coached and coached agan to ensure his presentation is beyond perfection.
We have faith in you, Tim, and we wish you the best of luck.
Now, give us an iPhone 5 … NOW!!!
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