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Monday, 24 June 2013

iPhone 5S

iPhone 5S Render Involves a Quad Core Apple A7 CPU, 4.7 Inch Retina Display



There’s a new iPhone concept in town, one designed by Deviantart user TheTechnoToast and shown below. This model brings OS virtualization and widgets, plus a totally different design compared to what you’re used to.


This is the iPhone 5S and the OS virtualization thing allows the iPhone to access a Macintosh you own or install the entire OS X platform. The iPhone can automatically optimize the OS for mobile thanks to this method. The Finder will be resizable and customizable and the iPhone 5S also brings homescreens and widgets, thousands of them actually.
Specs include a case made of anodized aluminum, a quad core Apple A7processor at 1.8 GHz, 2 GB of RAM and a 4.7 inch Retina Display, showing 60 FPS at any time. As far as cameras go, the front one is 3 MP and the back one 14 megapixels. The device runs iOS 7.0 and the iPhone 5S speakers are on the top rear of the device, with the handset being similar to the iMac’s design. So, do you think this model is doable and if not, why?

iPhone 5S Quad Core Phone Features Full HD Retina Display


It’s been a while since the last iPhone concept and here’s a fresh one by Hasan Kaymak. Meet the iPhone 5S, that features a quad core 1.5 GHz processor and a Full HD Retina Display. I guess that we’re at least one year away from 1080p phones, but if there’s anyone to debut that technology, then that’s Apple.
The iPhone 5S features a 2100 mAh battery, supports a wireless charging, Bluetooth 4.0 and iOS 6.0 as the software of choice. The device’s display diagonal is 4.5 inches and other features included are NFC, 4G LTE+ connectivity and Gorilla Glass 2 technology. The design is not something unexpected, to tell the truth: a slab of metal shaped in a rectangular form and looking a bit like a HTC meets an Xperia to me. There’s also a 12.1 megapixel iSight camera at the back, that I suppose will rule the cameraphone segment for years.
A quad core 1080p phone may happen towards the end of the year and it may come from Samsung, maybe HTC or maybe even Apple. I’m pretty sure they’ll move to quad core processing, but to 1080p not quite… Also, iPhone 5S makes me think about 2013 rather than 2012.