Apple has already launched its next generation iPhone, the iPhone 5. Aside from the external design and build, Apple made significant changes to at least 7 specs and features of the handset. And to wrap it up, these changes include the taller Retina Display, the new A6 chipset, support for faster cellular network standard like LTE, an improved camera, faster Wi-Fi, the Lightning connector, and Apple’s latest iPhone firmware – the iOS 6. And to help you better understand what exactly have changed in the iPhone 5 compared to the iPhone 4S, I came up with a specs comparison chart for your perusal.
It’s still yet to be known though the exact clock speed of the iPhone 5 processor inside the A6 chipset. Apple however says the new chipset provides CPU and graphics processors performance that is twice as fast that of the A5 chipset. It’s also worth noting that Apple, as usual, didn’t mention about how much power the iPhone 5 battery can hold. But the Cupertino tech giant says it could last up to 8 hours of talk time over 3G or LTE, which is pretty good, considering such more power-intensive cellular radios.
So what do you think of the iPhone 5?