Apple’s new iPhone release date is hovering around 18 September 2013, a bit earlier that expected, as the company is keen to promptly launch the new operating system iOS7, according to industry insiders.
However, it has been rumored that an iPhone6 the new phone will have a 5S tag with improvements on hardware design, super HD screen display and camera (1080p full HD resolution), screen resolution near 1.5 million pixels, new icons display, however no major changes on the case with only minor changes to the buttons to improve stability.
Another important step that Apple will be taken with the new iPhone is the integration of NFC (Near field communication), thus going beyond the Passbook feature, incorporated on iPhone5 and iOS6.
Another important upgrade will be the battery life, which on the new phone prototype leaked online shows a 5.92Whr battery, up from the 5.45Whr option in the previous iPhone5.
Previous releases indicate that the price of new models stay the same as the old ones, so you will be expected to pay for the 32GB model £529, for the 64GB model £599 and the 128GB model £699.
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