All You Need to Know About The New iPhone
So what do we know so far about the new iPhone and the changes we’ll see in it? Well, quite a bit actually – thanks to parts being leaked out of Asia. We know that there are changes to the design, the battery, the position of certain elements on the device, the size and location of certain ports on the device are changing, as is much of the hardware. In this post we’ll take a look in a little more detail about a few of the things we know are coming in the new iPhone.
The most notable change of the new iPhone is the way it looks. It’s had a nice design change from the iPhone 4S. The shape is very similar, but the materials used and the size is quite different indeed. The new iPhone has a very attractive looking back-plate cover that looks like some kind of metal. See the picture to the right. The new phone is also said to be around 30% slimmer than the iPhone 4S, and even a fraction taller (making enough room for an extra row of apps on your home screen).
Nano SIM & Dock Connector
In order to make the new iPhone smaller and make more space inside the device for things like the new and improved battery at the same time, Apple have to find ways to decrease the amount of space that their current objects take up. That’s why Apple has made an even smaller SIM than the micro-SIM, and a new smaller dock connector.
These changes make for a fraction of extra space inside the device, space which Apple will use more efficiently to store things like the new bigger battery.
Powering all of the new hardware and features (iOS 6) that come with the new iPhone is going to be a demanding job, and requires extra juice. This is why there is a new, more powerful battery that’s going to be coming with the new iPhone – ensuring your device has the power it needs to make the most of its features and functionality.
LTE 4G Networking
Lightening quick mobile broadband is said to be coming to the new iPhone, and recently we have been hearing some interesting news that would backup this claim. Everything Everywhere – the new mobile network in the UK which was formed with an alliance between T Mobile and Orange have been given the go ahead to offer LTE 4G speeds as of September 21st… This is the same time the new iPhone will be released – so it would be a very strange coincidence.
It’s clear the new iPhone is going to be the best one yet from Apple. If you look at iOS 6 and the great updates we have coming in that too, it’s going to be one awesome phone – that’s for sure. Quicker, sleeker, slimmer, taller, a bigger screen, super-fast mobile broadband – it’s going to be great.