The iPhone 5 will be released on September 21, but what is all the hype about? Is it worth pre-ordering the phone or is it worth waiting?
The iPhone 5 is now official and people everywhere are talking about it. Pre-orders at Apple's online store start tomorrow. Not only has Apple totally revamped the iPhone from the outside they also have overhauled it inside too. The A6 chip is quicker. It is twice as fast as the iPhone 4S A5 chip. The A6 chip provides fantastic graphics, according to Newscnet.com.
The iPhone 5 is slimmer and lighter than any other model and it also has a larger screen. It looks similar to the iPhone 4S, but is slimmer by around 18 percent. It has a taller screen, 4 inches corner to corner. The iPhone 5's back and sides are made out of a single piece of aluminium. The camera is 8 megapixels. The iPhone 5 will function on EE, the new 4G network from the firm that was previously called Everything Everywhere (available in UK). The iPhone 5 does not have NFC because it is an answer to a problem that does not exist. The iPhone 5 will be released on September 21 at £529 for 16GB, £599 for 32GB and £699 for 64GB (UK prices).
Apple is expected to announce more pricing tomorrow, the very day that pre-order sales begin. UK prices are expected to be cheaper on contract compared to American prices. However, American none contract prices are expected to be cheaper than UK prices.
Every UK network will offer the smartphone in some way or another. Vodafone, Three, O2, Orange, T-Mobile and EE have all confirmed that they will carry the handset, according to Techdigest.tv.
The video below shows how the iPhone 5 allows you to choose if you meant a certain auto type word and if not, it lets you correct it. However, rather than typing the word, you can speak it instead. It's got a few funny bits, please excuse the beaver joke.