New Technology Gadgets To Look For: The iPhone 5

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One of the new technology gadgets anticipations is the Apple iPhone 5 which is rumored to have face recognition and a 64 GB memory. This is a cool phone which is expected to be more user-friendly while maximizing the level of security. Sure it was rumored to appear in the last few months, in line with normal one-year space between new launches, but Apple is not in a hurry to get it to market as the iPhone 4 is doing just fine in sales. But now new rumors are pointing towards a late 2011 official release.

The iPhone 5 is said to support video chatting, GPS navigation and as usual it will allow users to sync it with their iTunes the same as other tech gadgets. The screen will be scratched protected and which is more, users will be able to watch local television channels. This might even give way for users being able to subscribe to cable channels if any service for iPhone is available. This will be one of the best gadgets so far, never mind the best smartphone.

One of the features of the new iPhone is its PICO projector (rumored) which will allow presentations to be projected on to a flat surface or a wall. This is good for people who buy movies and can not carry their humongous television. They can just play their favorite movie and projected on to the wall for better sharing. The projector is useful for school projects or for business meetings. Plus why get a large Plasma TV when you can use that projector to turn each wall into a small cinema. Do not expect stellar performance, but at night you can get decent images out of the iPhone 5.

It is certain that the newest iPhone will run on iOS 5 which has been an update on the old operating system of Apple. This is also the first iOS version supporting the new iCloud service that keeps all your data in sync with Apple's own servers. And the basic service is free, but you'll have to purchase more space if you have more than 5GB of files. This is the same as other latest gizmos of Apple such as the iPad.



Source by John Popes

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