Apple Iphone 5 Launch
October 4, 2011 by staff
Last week, Apple Inc. email invitations to an event from the media at its headquarters in Cupertino on Tuesday morning. The invitation says “let’s talk about iPhone,” implying the company secret intent to show the latest version of the device.
The iPhone came out in 2007, and is the phone’s signature slick, high-resolution screen and intuitive software has won millions of fans in recent years. There were 39 million iPhones sold between January and late June.
Beyond the iPhone, the event is expected Tuesday as the first presentation of Apple’s major products in the years to not be directed by Steve Jobs, who resigned as CEO in August after having been on medical leave indefinitely since January. Apple co-founder is now its CEO. And while on sick leave employment grew twice this year to introduce Apple’s innovations – most recently in June to show off its new mobile software and content storage services icloud – his successor, Tim Cook, is expected to take the initiative on this occasion.
While not as recognizable as employment, Cook, former chief operating officer of Apple, has been running since January Apple. For years it has been in charge of Apple daily operations, and has long been regarded as the natural successor. He also served as Apple’s leader for two months in 2004, while Jobs battled cancer and over for five years and a half months in 2009, when Jobs received a liver transplant.
Perhaps more important for Apple fans is that he is presenting what the company disclosed Tuesday. A new iPhone is expected to have a number of changes, the largest of what will likely be under the hood: the inclusion of the latest Apple software mobile IOS, IOS 5, which is scheduled for release this fall.
IOS 5 include things such as wireless device configuration and synchronization of content and applications closer to the camera, email and Web browsing. A new service called IMessage IOS allow 5 users to send text messages to each other via Wi-Fi networks or wireless data operators, while a folder called NewsStand pen subscripteions application newspapers and magazines in one place it easier to find. When shipped, the software is also available for Apple iPhone, iPhone 3G and 4 and the last two generations of the iPod Touch.
A new iPhone is also expected to include Apple icloud next service, which will store content such as music, documents, applications and photos on Apple’s servers and enable wireless access to numerous devices.
As for hardware, a new iPhone is not expected to see very different to the iPhone’s 4, but may be thinner and has a bigger screen. The current iPhone is 0.37 inches thick and has a 3.5 inch screen diagonal.
A rear camera is expected to improve, too. The current iPhone has a 5 megapixel camera on the back. A series of recently released smartphones have moved to 8-megapixel cameras.
One of the changes in hardware manyanlysts predict more notable is the inclusion of a more powerful chip, dual-core processor Apple A5, which is the same chip used in its current iPhone. The iPhone 4 races in the Apple chip A4 older and moving to a larger capacity chip should improve things such as multitasking, opening applications and games.
Analysts also believe that Apple could use the event to bring out new iPods and updates to its iTunes music software, which you normally do in the fall anyway. Last September, Apple announced updates for iTunes and iPods revamped line, which included a version of the iPod Nano with a touchscreen.
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