iPhone 5 Set To Launch on Sept. 5, 2011

It was rumored that iPhone 5 to be release on Sept. 5.

Expected iPhone 5 features are:

  • A5 processor in the range of 1.2-1.5 GHz

  • An improved antenna (no more Antennagate, yay!)

  • More RAM, possibly 1GB

  • Bigger-edge-to-edge 3.7- to 4-inch curved glass screen (iPhone 4 has 3.5-inch screen)

  • 8-megapixel camera with dual-LED flash

  • Panoramic photo capture and 1080p Full HD video capture capabilities

  • 3-4 internal antennas for both GSM and CDMA networks

  • 4G connectivity

  • iOS 5, which will be true multitask capable and come with loads of new features such as News Stand, Reminders, Delta Updates and iMessage

  • Improved speech recognition features, and

  • Wireless charging capability

  • Improved battery life

  • More powerful gaming capabilities supported by multi-core A5 processor and Imagination Technologies' PowerVR Series6 mobile graphics processing architecture

  • It was earlier rumored that the new iPhone will also support Near Field Communication (NFC) technology to keep pace with Android rivals like Samsung Galaxy S II and Google Nexus 4G, but Device Magazine claims iPhone 5 may give NFC a miss and opt to support Bluetooth 4.0 instead, just like the new MacBook Air and Mac Mini have done. For the uninitiated, Bluetooth 4.0 comes with higher range (maybe up to 200 meters) and spends less power.

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