By Jaime Rivera | September 9, 2013 7:14 AM
We’re just a day away from Apple’s possible announcement of the iPhone 5S, and apparently the leaks of what to expect with this device internally have begun. Now, you all know that these are very common, so it’s really tough to judge which are credible and which are not at this point.
According to the leak, the iPhone 5S will retain the same 4-inch 1136×640 display, and even the same 8-megapixel camera. The minor enhancements here are an F2.0 aperture and the ability to record 1080p video up to 120 fps, which we are having a hard time believing since the rumors of a 12 to 13 megapixel sensor have come from other trusted sources, and the technology is already there. We’re getting the same 1.2 megapixel front-facing camera, 250 hrs of standby on the battery, and apparently a fingerprint sensor. Powering the iPhone 5S is an alleged A7 processor, though we still don’t have details on its enhancements.
Has anybody noticed that there is no iPhone 5C on the list of devices being compared? Some of us still believe that this 5c will be exclusive to China, and specially judging by the fact that Apple will hold a separate event for China, so let’s see how that plays out. Something else to note is that we also doubt that the iPhone 4 will remain on sale for another year if the iPhone 5 also remains beside the iPhone 5S.
Via: The Unwired View