A gigantic hype created for the release of iPhone 5 is now put to a halt after its international launch on the 12th of September 2012 as you are all aware because of waiting for its launch. But Apple apparently failed to prevail the same volume of anticipation or shall I say ”emotional exhibition” expressed by each individual cross continents. While Apple’s CEO Tim Cook was quoted by an employee of the firm saying ”he is quite excited about the release of iPhone 5”; the firm didn’t even flinch, nevertheless not realizing that their latest device has no new awe-inspiring innovation compared to its predecessor!
Apple community around the globe was disappointed on launch of the new iPhone. On the other hand, HTC, Motorola, Samsung have introduced android based smartphones with much larger screens still lacking a few features in it in contrast to the handsets of these rivals.
Cost of iPhone 5: A 16GB is available at a startling cost of 529 pounds! (Source: http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-19572820) Apple’s new device exhibits a 18% thinner and 20% (3.9 oz) lighter than iPhone 4S engraved with a dual-core Apple A6 processor, bearing an iOS 6 which Phil Schiller – Apple’s vice president of worldwide marketing, claims it is twice as faster than the previous device. Much likely the new device lacks heart-throbbing innovation, however, providing a respectable upgrade. Moreover, iPhone 5 has an immaculate resolution ratio of 16:9 that matches of widescreen plasmas along with an 8 MP camera attached with an LED Flash giving the autofocus option too, which will capture more crisp images even in low light. A design of smaller dock will allow business to manufacture new cables and sockets, which will be a headache initially to be bought by the users to charge their brand new iPhone.
iPhone 5 provides 4G spectrum, gave carriers around the globe to do something more. Meanwhile in theUK,Orange and T-Mobile will be the ones providing 4G network spectrum along with the new communications firm Everything Everywhere’s (EE) 4G LTE network inside the UK. Unfortunately it also lacks NFC (Near Field Communication) prohibiting you to process touch less or online transactions such as when scanning a product’s Bar/QR code or when purchasing a ticket and then proceeding to pay online via internet. Excluding NFC would cost Apple and the competition is getting tougher in the smartphone industry. First shipment of iPhone 5 will begin shipping on September 21, 2012. Nonetheless, mac experts claim – to 4S users – iPhone 5 to be a fun experience with its ultra fast processing speed, real-time mapping (street view), updated version of Siri; infused altogether would make users to develop a new attachment with iPhone 5.