Updated 19 Jun, 2013, 9:20 pm IST
Analyst predicts Apple iPhone 5 to be a true world phone when launched
| by Aaron Almeida |
With the Worldwide Developers Conference out of the way and Apple successfully unveiling their MacBook Pro with a Retina Display, all eyes are now focusing on the brand’s next hardware announcement, which is highly expected to be that of the iPhone 5. Since Apple stuck with the same design for the iPhone 4S, a lot of talk surrounding the design of the upcoming iPhone has been surfacing. However, there is also interest generating as to what other features will be thrown into it. Commenting on this is a report by CNET, which states that the next iPhone will be a true 3G/ 4G world phone, along with having significant improvements over the iPhone 4S.
Larger display talong with LTE capabilites expected on the next iPhone (Concept image - Fuse Chicken)
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