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iPhone 5G - Release Date, Features, Specs and More

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iPhone 5G is soon to be out in the open! According to the information spreading around, iPhone 5G is going to be launched in this year's summer season, corresponding to Apple's usual summer season launching of their most recent iPhone model. (The exact date of release is yet to be announced, although consumers have been hearing a lot of speculations about it.) The question is, will the price and features amaze us?

iPhone 5G Features

A lot of people have already been waiting for the release of iPhone 5G due to the modifications being carried out in the network that was among the main problems experienced in iPhone 4G. Moreover, it was said that iPhone 5G is sleeker than the most recent iPod Touch 4G. It has dual core processors and boasts of its more influential graphic chips which are guaranteed to give consumers enhanced image and video resolutions. Here are some of the amazing features of iPhone 5G that smart phone fanatics will surely love:

  • Video chat on 3G and 4G
  • Wireless Sync along with Apple iTunes
  • HD Audio
  • Face Recognition
  • In-built GPS
  • OLED Screen
  • Shock-proof and Scratch-proof
  • Improved Battery Life

Apple is definitely on the right path given such thorough consideration and awareness to all the features included in iPhone 5G. The company has made certain that consumers will no longer be fuming mad and confused just like they were due to the glitches present in the previous iPhone models. Since the date of release is still unconfirmed, Apple is currently performing pre-production procedures and several experiments to guarantee the satisfaction of every consumer.

Like Toshiba, Apple is known to be a company which is fond of introducing ground-breaking gadgets. iPhone 5G is going to be available in a few more months – something that people seriously await. Near Field Communications or NFC is a recent technical revolution that can be set up by placing a new chip inside this 5th generation Apple smart phone as well as the others. Just so you know, Near Field Communications is already utilized in Nokia C7 and Samsung Nexus S. What NFC does is that it gives out a radio alert for an extremely restricted distance of roughly 8 inches or 20 centimeters. It is created to bring iPhone 5G within scope of other gadgets with NFC chip installed. It is the same as the RFID chip, a chip that's becoming more and more popular and is usually utilized in grocery stores all over the U.S. and other countries.

So, what can people expect to see from this NFC-installed iPhone 5G apart from its date of release? Will they benefit from NFC chips? Of course! People can now download any info from Mac PCs that have no NFC chips for the moment. The 5th generation Apple smartphone has the ability to access stuff such as desktop background displays, contacts, settings, music, and a lot more. What's good about iPhone 5G is that users can bring their home PC's data and settings with them wherever they want to, so how's that for total convenience?

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Jan 14, 2011 8:55am
I love my "old" 3G iPhone that I bought a year and a half ago. My daughters are thrilled with their 4G iPhones. I think we'll all go to 5G as soon as it is available. These phones just keep getting better and better ... or can we really call these mini-computers a phone?!
Jan 14, 2011 1:13pm
Thanks for all your comments. Yes they just keep getting better - a never ending process ...
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