All we know and what they say about the sixth generation of iPhone – Part 3

On January 29, 2012

Here is the last part of this article.


Undoubtedly, with the advent of the iPhone, we assist at the launch of a new iOS (iOS 6), accompanied by effective applications such as Siri, obviously better optimized. For example, the FaceTime application officially only works on Wi-Fi networks. The ability to make video calls on 3G/HSDPA/LTE would certainly be appreciated.


There are still many who complain about the current iPhone 4S low autonomy, and this is generally true for all smartphones on the top segment. Will Apple make a difference? Unlikely, given that this does not yet include power-user priorities. According to surveys, users ask for the price and performance facilities. Autonomy, although it wants to be generous, is still in the background.

Its name

Almost all publications in the online field talk about the iPhone 5. The same thing happened before the release of iPhone 4S but eventually, things were different. However, until the emergence of new “evidence”, we say that the iPhone will be launched in May 2012.

Release Date

Previous generations were launched as follows:

iPhone – June 2007
iPhone 3G – July 2008
iPhone 3GS – June 2009
iPhone 4 – June 2010
iPhone 4S – October 2011

Under these conditions, an estimate of the next iPhone launch date is difficult to predict. Sources from the Foxconn still talking about a launch this summer.


So far, we have three top devices that measure the forces of the future of Apple phone: Samsung Galaxy S III, HTC and LG Edge X3. When considering the popularity, the only real rival is the Samsung Smartphone.


The world has high expectations for the future of Apple’s phone, but that does not mean automatically that the wishes will be fulfilled. We are very curious to see how many facilities will come to be set and implemented on the device. To summarize, we have this:

About 4 inch screen and a new design;
Biometric fingerprint recognition scanner or other security feature;
Wireless charging, electromagnetic induction;
Access to the battery;
New technologies for the camera;
Impressive processing power (preferably quad core);
LTE/4G and NFC connectivity;
Improved software;
Improved autonomy.