2012 IPhone 5 Is Steve Jobs' Last Product

Posted: Oct 17 2011, 1:55am CDT | by , in Rumors | Apple

2012 iPhone 5 is Steve Jobs' last Product

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The iPhone 4S is here, but the next iPhone has been already designed with involvement of Steve Jobs.

Steve Jobs was remembered in private service yesterday in Stanford with people like Larry Page in attendance. Steve Jobs leaves behind many legacies. One of them is not even released yet. CNET reports that Steve Jobs had one last big project: the iPhone 5. The iPhone 5 is expected to be released in 2012 with 4G LTE connectivity, larger screen and complete redesign.

According to analyst Ashok Kumar from Rodman & Renshaw, the iPhone 5 could be become a "cult classic." If the iPhone 5 will look the rumored teardrop design is unclear at this point.

I do not expect though a return to the Spring release time for the iPhone. The iPhone 4S is here to stay for a year before the iPhone 5 running iOS 6 will hit the market.

I am actually still overwhelmed by all the new features of the iPhone 4S and iCloud. It will take me a while to fully leverage the new iPhone.

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