- Slimmer, longer
- 4 inch Screen with 1136x640 resolution
- 5 rows of apps
- HSPA+ and LTE support
- A6 Chip
- 8 mp sensor like 4s but thinner
- front camera is now 720p
- Panorama now available. 28 mp images. Will remove artifacts automatically.
- facetime over cellular networks
- 8-10 hrs battery life on LTE.
- 3 mics, front, back and below
- different connector called lightning
- old to new adapter will be available. looks like it will add to the bulk by about a inch or so.
- iOS 6
Last edited by chevelle : 12th September 2012 at 23:11.
What's changed? Not much really. Slimmer, new processor, 1GB RAM, got LTE support, longer screen, panorama shots, and a new "lightning" connector. Good luck buying more junk adapters to run your old devices for iPhone5. No NFC support yet.
So much for the hype. People were expecting wireless charging at the very least.
I was expecting fireworks today but really disappointed. I suppose, had Steve Jobs been there, things would've really been much more exciting. The keynote seems mundane and the new phone isnt that great. Not even NFC support. And we thought it was gonna be the S3 killer. So much for wishful thinking. Not one likeable product today. :( And the apple stores in India will come up with ridiculous prices now.
How about the availablity of the New Nano simcards in India.
On the whole , loved the new iphone. On par with the current trends.
Haters will be Haters , what to expect next, expecting iphones to turn water to wine?
I am sorry but this is not something which is current trend. Its the trend that was 2 yrs ago in android world. This is like playing catch up. The good thing is it will still sell every unit Apple can make and they will be laughing away to banks with green notes.
And there are something things that a iphone user expects when its a major release. That has nothing to do with that being called Hater. Good for you that you can turn a blind eye as to what Apple launch. For some, its difficult to digest.
And this is coming from a iphone 4 user who was so looking forward to upgrading to iphone 5. The new iphone may be evolutionary, but it certainly isn't revolutionary.