The much-awaited iPhone 5 from the Apple stable will sport a new processor in the A5 range with a high-definition front-facing camera.
Speculations of some of the most prominent features were put to rest when front-facing camera in high-definition was confirmed by internal sources. The processor from the A5 range will be similar to the ones featured in the new ‘iPad’.
The new iPhone will pack an ARM chipset as against to previous reports that the the processor will belong to the A6 family. The power packed processor specifications have not been revealed yet but it should easily boast 1GHz dual core processor, which will be more energy efficient.
The new Apple smartphone will definitely come with a 1GB of RAM on board with a GPU developed by Imagination Technologies. The essential adjustments to the phone will be flip-chip (FC) front-facing camera with an HD resolution. The rear-camera stays at eight megapixels with the compact camera module (CCM) at 5.55mm and through-the-lens (TTL) at 4mm, reducing moderately from iPhone 4S.
The design of the body was confirmed earlier to be thinner at 8mm and is regarded as the “most challenging design” for iPhone yet. The display will measure at four-inch, which was confirmed with the officials of the hardware manufacturers earlier last month.
The most earliest rumoured specifications doing the rounds of the internet about projective screens and keyboards will remain nothing but rumours. The technology showcased in those video clips are futuristic and will not be available for a few years.
The launch date of iPhone 5 has been confirmed as the end of this year by Apple officials earlier this year.