IPhone 5 With New Design Still Expected By An Analyst

Posted: Oct 4 2011, 9:38am CDT | by , in Rumors | Apple

 
iPhone 5 with new Design still expected by an Analyst

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Not sure if it is wishful thinking, or insight. Analyst Brain White with Ticonderoga Securities still believes in iPhone 5 unveiling.

In about 2 and a half hours Tim Cook will reveal the new iPhone. As I wrote yesterday at this point I am only expecting a performance upgraded iPhone 4S featuring the same signature design as the iPhone 4. Apple is seen to focus on Assistant as game changing feature of the new iPhone. According to Business Insider, analyst Brain White with Ticonderoga Securities still sees Apple unveiling an iPhone 5 with a redesigned case.

According to White, the new iPhone 5 has an aluminum unibody that puts the iPhone 5 closer to a MacBook Air than an iPhone 4. The display is also supposed to be 4-inches or bigger. A5 CPU and 8MP camera are of course also part of his iPhone 5 specs.

Apple needs something dramatic. The wait for the new iPhone has been very long. If the design stays the same something else needs to be very magical.

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