iPhone 5S with Dual Integrated Projector Concept [Video]

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Good news for iPhone lovers who are waiting for the next generation iPhone. Now you can you watch the concept for the next generation iPhone. According to NWE, Frank_snk has posted a video that shows iPhone 5S with dual integrated projector concept. 1st projector is used for keyboard and the 2nd projector is used for display. We have already seen the rear shell of iPhone 5S. Recently ETrade Supply had managed to get their hands on iPhone 5S real shell and they had posted those photos of on their website. They had compared the rear shell of iPhone 5S with the rear shell of iPhone 5.

iPhone 5S with Dual Integrated Projector Concept Video

Still no word from Apple regarding the launch date of iPhone 5S. Apple is expected to launch iPhone 5S in June. Jefferies analyst Peter Misek had predicted that iPhone 5S will be available in six to eight colors and it will be launched in June. He had also predicted that the next generation iPhone will feature NFC, IGZO screen, new super HD camera, improved battery and 128GB storage. Commercial Times had already reported that the volume production of iPhone 5S will be started in Q1 of 2013. Peter Misek has a good track record of predicting Apple related news, so it is expected that iPhone 5S will be launched in June. If the prediction comes true, then you will be able to buy iPhone 5S in June 2013. You can watch iPhone 5S concept video embedded below.

This video is really very exciting. You can watch the next iPhone with two integrated projector. If iPhone 5S comes with two integrated projector, then it will be a great device from Apple. It will be very interesting to operate this type of device. If the prediction comes true, then you will be able to buy an exciting device in June 2013.

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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