New iPhone 5 Features Might Frustrate Some And Excite Others

By DiMarkco Chandler:

The new iPhone may frustrate people updating from an earlier device, as trusted news source Reuters is reporting that the new device will boast a smaller 19-pin dock connector. This new revelation might cause compatibility problems with older accessories.

Nevertheless lot has been said about the new iPhone 5. According to Apple, the new device will be thinner, lighter and easier to use than its latest family members. The amazing iPhone 5 concept has advance features like the quad-core, a chip will deliver more power, a laser keyboard and holographic display that will liberate your thumbs and a new iClear Retina display presents sharp graphics and stunning images. iOS6 will take your iPhone experience in an entirely new direction.

The question about the eagerness for the American market to obtain this device on the exact same day it is launched makes me wonder if this is actually about possessing the latest technology to make our lives easier or if it just has become a desperate search for a sense of a “higher status” to have this phone on the first day it’s been launched somehow makes me a better person than anybody else. Who knows ?

What we know is that while we’re currently months away from a release, we do have a pretty good idea about how the iPhone 5 launch and release will play out this fall. With the iPhone5, we expect to see a release August 7, 2012 across the board for its major carriers, which should include AT&T, Sprint and Verizon. We also should see the same pricing at all three carriers as well.

The iPhone 5 release on August 7 is expected to be chaotic. Earlier this year, when the new iPad launched, it took many consumers many hours to lock down an order for the device. That being said, those interested in the new iPhone 5 should expect the release date to be a stressful one filled with sites crashing, extremely slow order processing and loss of hair.

TechRadar is renowned for its detailed phone reviews where we look at every aspect of a handset, and we’ll be bringing you a full, in-depth iPhone 5 review when we get our hands on one.
As for the name, well it looks like it will be called iPhone 5. Apple has certainly been trying to protect the name iPhone 5 – and has even launched a claim over the iPhone5.com domain name.

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