Apple is all set to announce the flagship iPhone 5S and a low budget iPhone for the entry-level smartphone market in September. 5S is reportedly not going to bear any design change but a possibility of new color in addition to its black and white models cannot be denied.
According to a report by Makotakara, the new color would be gold which will join its flagship iPhone of black and white color. Recent photo leaks by BGR also suggest the same. However, the site denies any such possibility claiming the golden color is of SIM card strays for 5S. On the other hand, the site boasts about a camera upgrade with a dual LED flash, a faster processor and more RAM to the new Apple iPhone 5S.
The report by Makotakara also states that the low-cost iPhone would be available in various colors chosen from the plenteous cases sold by the company for iPhone 4 and 4S. It further adds that the low-cost iPhone for $99 would be offered in black, white, blue, pink and orange in coming September after its release.
However, the reports are not confirmed till the company does not make any official announcement of colors for 5S and low-cost iPhones as well.
Remember granny’s tales from your toddler days? How a boring mean got spicy with added tales behind the bowl of flakes on table? Apple might just get a tinge of interest generated among consumers with such tales. A latest snippet from the Examiner reveals that Michael Foulkes from Cupertino said that the designs for iPhone 6 and 5S were already in hand before Steve Jobs’s demise.
Now thought his might be spicy scoop for fans and non-Apple loyalists, industry pundits hardly expressed excitement. Horace Dediu, Former Manager at Nokia And Apple Analyst said, “Having worked in a phone company I think it’s a given…..Work under way now is for products shipping in 2016.”
Now for us, we know the Apple has gradually been losing sheen post-onslaught of Samsung. Tim Cook is already facing flak but how much more can he take? Perhaps, fans could have flashes of Jobs’s prowess with the tale. No wonder, Jobs and Cook are two chapters that are chalk and cheese.
Coming back to the present, we ponder over how many iPhones and iPads would have been ready—design wise– at the time Jobs was around. Whatever, be the story, Apple has got riper this time—all over again!… Read the rest