Apple’s latest mobile phone, the iPhone 5S, is rumoured to be released in August this year, despite the iPhone 5 only being six months old.
If sources are correct, and the S model pattern followed, users can expect the iPhone 5S to stick with the iPhone 5’s basic design but come with an advanced processor and improved camera. Apple filed a patent for wireless charging last month which means that this could be enabled in the iPhone 5S or 6.
The first iPhone was released by Apple in 2007, since then the American company have continued to haul out newer and better versions on a regular basis.
The sixth generation iPhone, the iPhone 5, was released in September last year. Two million handsets were sold in the first 24 hours of pre-ordering being available.
Judging by previous Apple products customers can probably expect the same design that is synonymous with the company’s brand as well as improved optics with a possible Super HD display but in essentially the same casing.
Posted by Simon Thomas