iPhone 5 Prediction purposes calculation of prior design narrative. Whichever company Apple is suing over the Galaxy Android phone is showing the future design of the iPhone 5. The Galaxy looks really cool with its giant sized phone screen, round cornered black rectangle shape and thin/flatness. There is also a rumor going around that The Late Great Steve Jobs didn’t spend a whole lot of time with the iPhone 4S because he was working on the iPhone 5. Which makes sense. The iPhone 4S didn’t need all that much attention design wise and Siri could have been cooked up on anything with a CPU and a mic.
So I’m imagining a bigger screened iPhone with shorter black bars on the top and bottom much like the galaxy. The same or slightly thinner than the last design.
There has been some rumors that the face button, what is this rounded square button called anyway. And for that matter how did they decide to put a rounded square inside that button instead of an apple icon or something.
So that’s as far as rumors and lawsuits are concerned along with the leaked image up top.
There might be a 4G LTE capability. 2012 seems like a good a time as ever to integrate it into the iPhone and the 4S claims to have 4G speeds with older but augmented radio technology. Seems like a waste of an opportunity not to include it. BUT Apple has a reputation for doing things their way. They might put the antenna from the 4S into the iPad 3 and side step 4G altogether. Especially if the 4S’ speeds are satisfactory to the customer base. On the same token of doing whatever it wants Apple might include the 4S antenna in the iPad 3 and pull a WTF and include an O-fficial 4G antenna in the iPhone 5.
So those are the ways it might go.
For definite, we’re going to get increases in graphics capability and in over all processing power as mobile computing continues to expand into categories such as content creation, video editing, and probably office work. I say probably office work because I honestly don’t know if there is an app equivalent of Microsoft Office.
I wouldn’t be surprised at all if this was the year that PowerPoint and Excel type programs find themselves competing with App-equivalents.
I lost track of where I was going with this post and I have to either post it or lose it since I only have an iPod touch. So posting it.