Latest iPhone 5 Rumors
Summer is the time of year when friends and family plan out road trips to Disney World or the beach. When people aren't tanning at the beach, or rocking Mickey ears, they could be at the movies enjoying one of the many box office monsters that are released. However, if those didn't intrigue you then perhaps you took part in a camping trip. But this isn't no ordinary camping trip, because this is camping outside the Apple Store or ATT waiting for that next new beloved iPhone product.
It's now the 17th of September, and no official announcement of so-called iPhone 5. All that unused camping equipment is now gathering cobwebs in plenty of people's garages. Well, hopefully after reading the latest rumors, you will break out your winter clothes and get ready for camping.
The iPhone 5 is rumored to be released within the first 15 days of October. No exact release date has been set, but since Sprint, ATT and Verizon have employee vacations blacked out for the first 15 days, it is indicative of a major release. Sprint will finally get its hands on this must have device, and the integrity of their unlimited data plans will surely be tested.
What is the iPhone 5 going to look like? According to Ibtimes the design will be similar to the iPhone 4. However, a teardrop design will be added for comfort and ease of handling when talking on the phone. The SIM Card is going to become a relic of the past because Apple is taking a step away from this handy card to Micro-Sim's, thus allowing more space for extra features and battery. This will also allow the device to be thinner.
Hardware changes are plentiful, especially with the Samsung Galaxy SII's stateside launch. The new iPhone is rumored to be launching with a 1.2 to 1.5GHz dual core processor, with approximately 1 gigabyte of Ram, which would double that of the iPhone 4. A new camera will be added, bringing 1080p and 8 megapixel pictures to your purse or pocket.
The famous iOS 5 is being released with this iPhone, and it too has encountered plenty of changes. With Android touting full customization, Apple has finally stepped up to the plate and given its user the ability to customize notifications, text tones, and more. iCloud is being released, which gives any iPhone user the ability to store it's music 'in the cloud' or wirelessly, and gain access to it anywhere.
After surfing Ibtimes and Macrumors, there is a growing concensus that these tech specs are spot on. With the release imminent, there is no time for Apple to completely change something because of a leak.
So, who's going camping? I'll bring the s'more stuff!