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What's Up Tim ?

Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, is the man who has got the responsibility to guide Sir Steve Job's beloved company which is now on the peaks of success due to his innovations and great design concepts which I think no other tech company matches till now. Tim Cook is a good person indeed but still lacks some aspects that Steve Jobs had. Steve never focused on the pricing of the products, he only focused on the product quality. I have observed that all the keynotes done by Tim Cook basically focuses on making products cheaper than what they cost. This isn't bad but this sudden price fall may someday lead Apple to decrease the product quality. Well these things aside, we have also heard about a lot rumors about the iPhone 5 in September 12. The sources say that iPhone 5 will really launch on September 12 and it is also said that this new is leaked by Tim Cook himself. Rumors for a new iPad are also being heard which will be the newest iPad with a smaller screen said to be iPad Mini. Well probably I don't think there is any chances of iPad Mini to come out in the market right now because iPad is already dominating the world, see this this website to see how: Engadget: iPad stil the king of tablets. There is a chance that iPhone 5 will be launched in September. Let's see what are the new things that can be added to this iPhone.

Some features that are rumored to be added:-
  • A 4" Touch Screen Retina Display with some more hilarious amounts of pixels.
  • A smaller docking/charging port which will give more space at the bottom and will bring the 3.5mm audio input jack to the bottom.
  • Near Field Communication
  • iOS 6 (out-of-the-box)
  •  A Thinner Body
  • A6 Quad Core Processor
  • 2GB RAM
These features would be a great addition to the iPhone but I don't think the features like 2GB RAM and NFC would be there because there is no need for these. Apple's simple iOS is so fluid and faster than other Mobile Operating Systems although it has a simple 1GB RAM. The 2GB RAM will just occupy more space and money and nothing else. The NFC will not allow the iPhone 5 to slim down. The other features can make stand out for those people who think that other smartphones beat the iPhone just because of these.


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