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Take these pics with a grain of salt...

We’re still months away from the launch of the next generation iPhone, but a series of new pictures have leaked on the internet that claim to show Apple’s next smartphone flagship.
 
There are obviously no “official” specs to go on at this time, so you’ll just have to settle for the following images:
 

 
The next generation iPhone is expected to retain its Touch ID fingerprint authentication system while adding a larger, higher resolution screen (possibly 5+ inches). Although no one knows what the exact resolution of the display would be, don’t be surprised to see Apple settle on something around 1280x2272 (exactly twice that of the iPhone 5/5S/5C).
 
We’re also assuming that Apple will throw in a custom A8 processor as a follow-up to the current A7, and let’s hope that Apple has decided to include at least 2GB of system RAM (Apple current flagship iPhone 5S only includes 1GB of RAM while flagship machines from competitors offers at least 2GB).

Source: Mac Rumors



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RE: So ummm
By ChronoReverse on 2/12/2014 7:06:31 PM , Rating: 2
And inferior speakers. But the bezel is thin unlike the HTC One.


RE: So ummm
By Labotomizer on 2/13/2014 2:11:39 PM , Rating: 2
But it's now the perfecter size. I can't wait to see the commercials showing how the thumb is even BETTER suited to the new larger screen than the old one.


RE: So ummm
By Cheesew1z69 on 2/13/2014 4:04:28 PM , Rating: 3
quote:
perfecter size
....


RE: So ummm
By EasyC on 2/18/2014 7:38:06 AM , Rating: 2
I think that was intentional, to mock Apples silly "the screen is small because its perfect for your thumb" campaign.


RE: So ummm
By BRB29 on 2/14/2014 7:37:40 PM , Rating: 2
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And inferior speakers


wait....how do you know it has inferior speakers.


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