Sunday, May 06, 2012

iPhone 5 with larger screen and thinner form factor on the horizon

During Apple's last holiday quarter, the company sold slightly over 37 million iPhones, setting a quarterly iPhone sales record in the process. Not too shabby for a device that critics were quick to pan as nothing more than a modest upgrade when it was unveiled this past October. What's more, when AT&T and Verizon released their earnings from Q1 2012 they both noted that the iPhone was the most popular smartphone they had. Put simply, the iPhone 4S has been selling like hotcakes across the globe, but Apple's iPhone sales numbers may be poised to rise substantially higher when it unveils its next-gen iPhone, likely some time in Fall 2012. To borrow a phrase from Steve Jobs, the next-gen iPhone is looking more and more like an A+ upgrade. It's largely believed that the iPhone 5 will support 4G LTE, and more than that, there are increasingly credible reports pointing to an iPhone 5 with a larger screen. Full Story

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