Apple are known for producing suprises during their iPhone keynote events and many are expecting this trend to continue when Tim Cook takes to the stage on September 12. Fans will stay fixed on Blogs, Twitter and News Channels to find out first what new features will be present in the iPhone 5
As always there is a wealth of speculation across the net as to what the new iPhone will feature.
Features that we can expect include:
New Body Design
Many images have popped over over the net predicting what shape the new iPhone will be. Although we cant be certain on how it the new device will look we can be sure it will move away from the design Apple went with for the iPhone 4 and the iPhone 4S
Sources inside the production process have suggested that the iPhone 5 will have a larger screen than its predecessors bringing it more in line with devices such as the Samsung Galaxy.
New Dock connector
Apple’s familiar dock connector – used to charge the device or to connect it to docks and other accessories – is being replaced in the new iPhone. Sources suggest it is too big for a gadget that needs to get more powerful, while also getting thinner. Replacing the familiar dock connector will be a much smaller connector, which will frustrate those of you that have just bought a new Bose docking station!
Further Improved Camera
One of the biggest features of the iPhone 4S was the advancements in the devices camera over past devices and this is a trend that is due to continue with the new phone. Apps such as Hipstamatic and Instagram have increased the popularity of iPhoneography and which smart phones all but killing the standard digital camera you can be sure Apple will be looking to develop the iPhones photographic capability going forward.
As always the new iPhone will come loaded with the latest update to the operating system and we already know what features iOS has to develop the device even further. The main features of iOS6 are Facebook integration, New ‘Apple’ Maps, Facetime over cellular connection and shared photo streams. You can read more about iOS6 on Apples site here.