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Published on 14.01.2012
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iPhone 5 Will Have a Slimmer Design and LTE Support Across All Networks
iPhone 5 rumors are popping again and the latest comes from Morgan Stanley`s Katy Huberty suggesting that the next gen iPhone will have a slimmer design and support a quad-core Qualcomm chip with 3G and LTE compatibility across all networks.
Apple will remain impervious to a broader decline in consumer demand throughout the technology industry through the release of its third-generation iPad in the first half of 2012 and the launch of a thinner iPhone later this year, analyst Katy Huberty wrote in a note to investors detailing takeaways from a recent trip to Asia.
Data points for Apple are “mostly positive,” she said, as the company is expected to maintain unit shipments this quarter, compared to a 10 percent sequential decline from the December quarter in the broader market.
Huberty claims that Apple will ship the next gen iPhone in the third quarter of this year and that the casing material will maintain a slim body of the new iPhone.
As you can also see,Huberty suggests an iPad 3 launch in the first quarter of this year which all previous rumors have supported so far.
As for the quad-core iPhone,we can`t completely rule it out since references to quad-core devices were discovered in the iOS 5.0.1 b3 files.However, the LTE/4G rumor needs to be taken with a grain of salt since ,as you probably heard before,Apple said it won`t bring LTE/4G to its devices until the carriers fully roll out the technology to customers.Carriers have been lately pushing 4G so,it could be true that we will meet an LTE/4G next gen iPhone. So what do you think about this news could the iPhone 5 will be with this design or not...
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