iPhone 5S Will Be Available In A Gold Version With A7 Chip, 1 GB DDR3 RAM, Better Camera, 128 GB Storage Space And More

On August 16, 2013

Analyst who offered so far the best information about unreleased devices from Apple released yesterday a report that describes its predictions about the iPhone 5S. According to it, iPhone 5S will contain an A7 chip, ARMv8 processor and 1 GB RAM LPDDR3 (on iPhone 5 is LPDDR2), 8 megapixel camera with f2.0 aperture and dual LED flash, 1600 mAh battery (a small change compared to 1440 mAh), storage capacity of 128 GB, and finally remains a golden version which we have heard for months now.

1) the new A7, ARMv8 based AP (application processor), featuring a 1GB LPDDR3 RAM chip; (2) a sapphire home button with fingerprint  sensor; (3) main camera unchanged with 8MP, but featuring a larger F2.0 aperture with dual flash lights; (4) new option for golden casing; and (5) new option for 128GB storage.

Although the iPhone 5S will contain the full 1 GB RAM, switching to LPDDR3 will significantly improve performance, taking into account the fact that we will have a faster processor. Keeping the same number of megapixel camera is a surprising decision, but improving its ability to record pictures doesn’t amaze anyone, especially talking about including a dual LED flash. Keeping the battery is again a measure that many has expected, but unexpected is the introducing of 128 GB versions, and the launch of a golden model.

On September 10, Apple iPhone 5S will officially be presented to the whole world, and then we’ll see how much veracity is there behind these predictions. Besides all of the above information, Apple would implement the Home convex button with a fingerprint reader.