iphone 5 hardware

The year 2011 has been an year that has witnessed some of the latest advancements in mobile computing Technologies. Some of the best smartphones have been launched this year with the latest Hardware and Software Platforms available. To name a few, we have:

Google Nexus S
Motorolla Atrix
Samsung Galaxy S2
HTC Thunderbolt
With rumors all around the internet about Apple Launching its next generation of Phone i.e. "iPhone 5″, what can we expect from this phone?

Dual Core Processor and Better Graphics - A5 Chip

After the release of iPad 2 and some other smartphones coming up with faster dual core processors, we can surely expect the Apple A5 chip in the new iPhone. The A5 contains a dual-core ARM Cortex-A9 MPCore CPU and a dual-core PowerVR SGX543MP2 GPU. Apple lists the A5 to be clocked at 1 GHz on the iPad 2′s technical specifications page, though it can dynamically adjust its frequency to save battery life. Apple states that the CPU is twice as powerful and the GPU up to nine times as powerful as its predecessor, the Apple A4.

Another important aspect of this chip is how efficient it is in terms of Battery Life. With the Launch of iPad 2, Apple announced a Battery life of 10 Hrs even with its improved hardware and performance. The same thing can be expected from iPhone 5.

Near Field Communication

A lot of rumors have been there whether iPhone 5 will incorporate Near Field Communication Hardware within it or not. Now considering that Google Nexus S featuring NFC technology, and Blackberry also planning to use NFC for its smartphones, Apple may not be behind them. Apple will try its best to incorporate NFC in its next generation iPhone 5. After all, Apple has been known to bring the Best to the iPhone.

What kind of Display will iPhone 5 have?

Currently the iPhone 4 has a retina Display with a resolution of 960 x 640 pixels in area. This is by far the highest resolution in any smartphone available in the Market. According to the reports the new iPhone 5 will continue to have the same screen resolution. Another reason why Apple wouldn't change their resolution is that it may be a problem with the App Development. Even though the iPhone 4 supports retina display but a majority of Applications' interface is designed to keeping the older phones in mind. The advantage of Retina Display is that the text and Pictures are much sharper and Clearer than before. There are a very few number of Apps that have been written only for Apple's Retina Display.


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