Bloomberg: Apple’s iPhone with A5 Processor and 8MP Camera Coming in September
A report coming from Bloomberg revealed Apple's plan of adding A5 processor and an 8-megapixel camera into its next iPhone, which is due out this Spring.
According to Bloomberg’s sources, Apple is planning to put an A5 processor (a more powerful chip than the one added to iPAd 2), and an 8-megapixel camera into their next iPhone. They also reported that Apple is currently working on an iPad with higher resolution.
The so-called iPhone 5, which is quite similar to iPhone 4, will start its production in August and is said to be released this coming September along with iOS 5. There are also rumors stating that Apple is looking forward to produce a cheaper version of iPhone using “chips and displays of similar quality to today’s iPhone 4″, which will be available in the market this spring.
Moreover, Bloomberg and its sources said in a report: “Apple is also testing a new version of the iPad that has a higher resolution screen, similar to the one now used in the iPhone 4.” They as well mentioned that Apple’s latest iPhone 4 has a Retina Display, a 960 x 640 resolution, and a 326 pixels/inch density. Meanwhile, the next iPad is said to be 1/3 higher than the displays of iPad 2 and will feature a high-end touchscreen.
Apple is also rumored to be improving the display of their next-gen tablet into a 2048 x 1536 resolution. Aside from this, Taiwan’s Economic Daily released a statement claiming that Apple will launch the iPad 3 with “image resolution 5-6 times higher than iPad 2.” So that would be 330 ppi and 396 ppi pixel density for iPad 3.
However, these reports are not considered official since Apple has not yet released any concrete data regarding their next-gen devices.View Article Source »