Forecasts about the iPhone 5S are a source of immense excitement as its launch event is getting closer. It will supposedly include a gold-colored casing along with 128 GB storage capacity, larger F2.0 aperture with dual LED flash and ARM's 64-bit ARMv8 A7 SoC chip.
The predictions are hot off the press. The new iPhone 5S that is to arrive on the high tech market scene soon will sport several changes. A brand new application processor along with a A7 chip is in the works. Then there is the sapphire home button and it includes a fingerprint sensor. The main camera comes with several cool features. And finally, there is the golden exterior option besides the black and white choices. The 128 GB storage is double that of the previous model. It is a mobile phone that blows away the competition.
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And the series of predictions have been made by none other than Ming-Chi Kuo, a prominent KGI expert. He said, "We also forecast the new model will add a new look, a golden casing, and a new option for larger 128GB storage, to offer greater differentiation from iPhone 5." He also adds that "We reckon A7 will upgrade memory bandwidth spec to LPDDR3 from LPDDR2 adapted by A6, in an effort to improve system performance. Since Apple is in charge of both hardware and OS design, it is capable of minimalizing memory capacity at an optimized state. Therefore, A7’s RAM will likely be unchanged at 1GB."
The display screen will remain the same on this model as the previous version. The rest of the things have undergone changes. The fingerprint sensor will allow for maximum safety as far as access is concerned. The doubling of the storage capacity is another advantage that is unmistakably beneficial. The gold hue adds a touch of sophistication and class to the external physiognomy of the smart phone. As for the 8 megapixel camera, it will possess a wider f2.0 aperture lens along with two Light Emitting Diode flashes. These changes are rumored to be included in the version that is going to be coming out soon.