Developers have found some new code in the official release of iOS 4.3 that suggests that iPhone 5 will feature the same new processor as the iPad 2. 9to5Mac reports that three separate versions of the iPad 2 are listed which represent the various formulations of the iPhone 5 (Wifi, GSM, CDMA).
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According to reports from 9to5Mac and Geeky Gadgets, an iPhone 4 prototype has recently surfaced in Hong Kong. What’s interesting about the device, however, it its capacity: 64GB.
The iPhone 4 was released on the 24th of June but it seems that Steve Jobs is the only person that has held a white iPhone 4, albeit on stage at the WWDC. The release date for the white iPhone is Spring 2011 but with the likely summer (or early winter) release of the iPhone 5, how likely is that a white iPhone 4 will ever make it to the market?
Rumors, rumors, and more rumors continue to pop up about the upcoming iPhone 5 release. Everyone is speculating about potential features, but what about the features the iPhone 5 is lacking. We exclusively reveal 9 reasons NOT to buy an iPhone 5.
MacWorld.it has put together a mockup of what an iPhone might look like if Apple decided to drop the only button (the home / back button) in favor of a full screen.
In the midst of the many iPhone Nano rumors, one interesting recent rumor suggests that the iPhone 5 will feature a 4-inch display (presumably to compete with the many larger-screened Android devices) and an A5 processor. This rumor comes courtesy of DigiTimes. This information, they claim, comes directly from Apple’s production lines.
According to a report by the Wall Street Journal, Steve Jobs, despite his medical leave, continues to man the helm at Apple in a capable manner, and still remains very actively involved in the day-to-day operations of the massive Cupertino corporation. The report indicates that he has been working from home, and even holding business meetings there.
According to Bloomberg, Apple is working on a smaller and cheaper version of the iPhone for direct sale without carrier involvement. The new iPhone will reportedly be dual-mode (for use on any network), and be loaded with similar components as to those used in the current iPhone 4. iPhone Nano anyone?
It seems that there is some chance that the upcoming iPhone 5 (and perhaps the iPad 2) will feature facial recognition technology. This idea com’s from Apple’s 2010 acquisition of a Swedish company called Polar Rose – a company known mostly for their mobile face recognition technology called FaceLib.