iPhone 5 will Feature Metal Back with Smaller than 4-inch Screen

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As we know the 5th generation iPhone is going to be released soon. 9to5Mac has reported that Apple will launch the 5th generation iPhone on Friday, 7th October 2011 and the pre-orders of iPhone 5 will start on Friday, 30th September 2011. Currently Apple and its long time ad agency TBWAChiatDay are working on iPhone 5 advertising campaign in Los Angeles. Earlier there was a speculation that the iPhone 5 will feature larger screen. Now we came know that iPhone 5 will feature small screen. According to DigiTimes, the 5th generation iPhone will not feature larger screen, the screen size of iPhone 5 will be smaller than 4-inch and the back design of iPhone 5 will be changed to a metal chassis instead of glossy glass back. It will make the screen look larger. They have received this information from upstream panel suppliers.

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According to the sources from upstream panel suppliers, iPhone 5 will feature 3.5- to 3.7-inch screen instead of 4.2-inch screen. Well, we have to wait until the release of iPhone 5 in order to the see the actual screen size. The sources has reported that the 5th generation iPhone will be similar to iPhone 4 in term of components. Earlier Reuters has reported that Apple is building a cheaper 8GB iPhone 4 and this low cost iPhone 4 will be released this fall along with the 5th generation iPhone. iPhone 5 will include Qualcomm’s dual GSM/CDMA Gobi chipset and it will support both CDMA and GSM networks worldwide. MacTrast has reported that the 5th generation iPhone will be released simultaneously on AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile, and Sprint.

Earlier Giz-China has reported that China Mobile has reached an agreement with Apple to bring its 4G TD-LTE mobile data connection to the iPhone 5. This indicates that the 5th generation iPhone will be 4G TD-LTE capable. Well, It is expected that iPhone 5 will feature dual-core A5 processor, dual mode communications, 8 megapixel camera, gesture sensitive home button, metal back, 64 GB of storage, new cloud-based functionality through iOS 5, and tapered back.

Rudra

Rudra is an engineer and covers everything related to Apple. He keeps Techcular updated with latest Mac, iPhone, iPad, and Jailbreak articles.

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