Updated 19 Jun, 2013, 9:20 pm IST
Report claims that the iPhone 5 will feature NFC capabilities
| by Aaron Almeida |
Many smartphones available in the market, nowadays have support for Near Field Communication (NFC), but one glaring omission in the list of manufacturers of NFC-enabled smartphones is Apple. Rumours had surfaced early last year that the next iPhone would feature NFC support, but these were quickly put to rest as at that time they were unhappy about the irregular standards observed. This bit of information held true and last year’s iPhone 4S did not have this feature. Back then, however, it was expected that the 2012 edition of the iPhone would have this technology and this keeps in line with a recent report by 9to5Mac.
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