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May 5, 2011

Coming Soon iPhone 5 To Your Nearest Store in September

The much -rumored iPhone 5 will hit store shelves in September with a faster processor and a similar look to the iPhone 4, according to PCworld . The iPhone 5  launch was speculated in June or July but A new report from Macworld ,debunks earlier speculation that the iphone 5 was slated for release in the next two months

The new Apple rumors contradict previous assertions the so-called iPhone 5 wouldn't start production until September for a launch during the holidays or early 2012. PCworld reports that Instead, the next iteration of Apple's iPhone would go into production in the summer around June or July to get ready for the big launch in the fall, according to three anonymous sources who spoke to Reuters. 

Apple typically uses September to launch new iPods and other music products, but the iPad, iPhone and iPod Touch have made Apple's other multimedia devices increasingly irrelevant

It's not clear what kind of a faster processor the iPhone 5 would have, but most observers expect Apple to use the dual-core A5 chip that debuted in the iPad 2.

Meanwhile in an unrelated development ,According to 9to5 Mac‘s multiple sources, Apple has been negotiating with Verizon Wireless to provide the over-the-air updates, but the sources wouldn’t comment on whether the same negotiations were taking place with AT&T.

For iOS updates to be delivered over-the-air, Apple will need to make fundamental changes in the way its updates work. For one thing, Apple will need to stop requiring a download of the entire operating system for a simple update.This would be a long-awaited and welcome capability — a feature that’s commonplace in the Android operating system.

May 1, 2011

iPhone 4 Vs iPhone5: Infographic

This infographic  is courtesy  Popherald One of the most convincing rumors about the iPhone 5′s specs is the higher quality camera. Compared to the iPhone 4, the iPhone 5 is expected to support a more powerful camera of at least 8 megapixels. Most of the Android smartphones released globally and in United States have the same 8 megapixel camera quality, like the HTC Thunderbolt and the Samsung Galaxy S2.

Another highly possible feature of the iPhone 5 is the A5 chip, the dual-core processor that the iPad 2 is using. The current iPhone supports 1 GHz single-core A4 chip.

Plus, Apple is also expected to introduce a new iOS version, the iOS 5. Reports say the company will unveil the iOS 5 in June, during the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco, California.

April 15, 2011

Battle of Dual Core Smartphones Comparison

Many of last year's top smartphones packed a 1GHz processor - devices such as Apple's iPhone 4, HTC's Desire HD and the Windows Phone 7 handsets that arrived towards the back end of 2010, with Microsoft stipulating 1GHz as a minimum requirement for its OS.In  December, mobile maker LG announced what it described as the world's first dual-core smartphone: the LG Optimus 2X.


 What a dual-core chip does

Dual-core chips enable more power to be squeezed out of the processor because the chips contain two 1GHz cores - meaning there are two 1GHz processors that can be used in parallel to speed up performance, provided the mobile software has been optimised to take advantage of the parallel processing power. It's not as simple as saying a dual-core processor is twice as fast as a single-core processor, but dual-core chips should enable a noticeable speed and performance hike, particularly when it comes to multitasking. 

As Sprint showed off the HTC EVO 3D Android smartphone, they featured a neat comparison showing why the EVO 3D is currently the fastest smartphone coming to market with 1.2GHz dual core Qualcomm Snapdragon processors

April 4, 2011

Apple's New iPhone 5 To Have 3D Camera




































According to Appleinsider Apple has toyed with the idea of adding two or more rear-facing cameras and sensors to a device like an iPhone, allowing pictures to be taken and displayed in 3D.


The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office this week revealed a patent application from Apple related to 3D picture taking, entitled "Systems and Methods for an Imaging System Using Multiple Image Sensors." First discovered by
AppleInsider, the filing describes a system that would capture, process and render 3D images with the accompanying dual-camera hardware.

The application refers to Apple's approach as a "paradigm shift from the known software-based approaches." It notes that current software must "guess" at how to perform stereo disparity compensation for 3D images.


Those guesses, Apple said, can result in images with artifacts in a composed 3D image that would result in a poor quality photo. Apple's method would instead employ a hardware-based approach with a "deterministic calculation for stereo disparity compensation."


Apple would create hardware with multiple imaging systems, employing separate luma, chroma and depth/distance sensors to capture images that can be turned into a single, three-dimensional picture.
Apple's system would also be able to record video in 3D. Setup and calibration of such a system would be a simple one-time event, the application claims. Another  new patent application from Apple describes iPhone games that would use the device's many sensors and capabilities -- including motion detection, GPS and camera -- to offer a new way to play and compete with friends in a real-life 3D space.

"The game devices can include attachments," the application reads. "For example, a 'gun' can be attached to a game device and used by a player to target other players in the real world game environment. In this case, the orientation of the 'gun' relative to the game device can be determined."

Meanwhile there has been a lot of speculation across the Internet on the details of iphone 5 Features, while iPhone 5 is to hit stores in the Fall, the iPhone 5 rumors seem to be getting bigger with time  From new cameras to bigger screens, more RAM and NFC here is your complete roundup of what you can expect from the iPhone 5.Here is an infographic " which is a mere speculation on the new iphone 5