Apple to Begin Trial Production of iPhone 5 in August 2011

Apple to Begin Trial Production of iPhone 5 in August 2011

Apple has been involved in a lot of action, planning and development following the success of iPhone 4. On the other hand, even though Apple is yet to launch the iPhone 5, insiders and sources within the company have already started disclosing the technical specifications of the gadget.

Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of Concord Securities has noted that Apple will start manufacturing iPhone 5 on a trial basis in the month of August. The analyst also pointed out that the mass production of the gadget is likely to commence from the month of September 2011.

Some of the data available from Concord Securities also indicated that the device (iPhone 5) would feature a design that is similar to the iPhone 4. The data further revealed that Apple is looking to upgrade the hardware of the new device. Kuo shared that iPhone 5 is going to be identical to iPhone 4 and will come with just a few internal changes that will differentiate it from its predecessor.

Kuo also mentioned that the gadget (iPhone 5) will come in CDMA and GSM flavors and both will be built around a dual-core A5 processor. Both these CDMA and GSM based devices could also feature an 8-megapixel rear camera. According to Kuo, the iPhone 5 will run an all-new operating system – iOS 5.

Kuo was of the opinion that the primary reason behind the sale of Appleā€™s iPhone 5 would be the revamped operating system iOS5. The new OS may also support the older iPhone4 as well. Kuo has also shared another interesting piece of information which states that Apple may also introduce a new iPhone 6 by the first half of 2012 at the WWDC. This new gadget (iPhone 6) will be significantly redesigned and will come with a specification boost as well.

In view of such rumors and information, it is only advisable that you adopt the wait and watch mode until Apple reveals its next plan of action!

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