iPhone 5S Specs A7 CPU Fingerprint Sensor: Coming Along With Budget iPhone
iPhone 5S reports are getting much bolder and louder as we are approaching the Apple’s annual WWDC event. The discussion is mainly surrounding the possibility of any new A7 chip and 4.5 inch display, which has surfaced within last few weeks after a Japanese site dedicated a story on it. The other major attraction is the iOS 7 that is also expected to be announced during the same event.
The latest person to join the race to predict the path which Apple will take relating to hardware specs and release plans is analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who is ready with his claims regarding the upcoming iPhone.
Previously Kuo was recorded proclaiming Apple absolutely plans to launch not one but two new iPhone models in 2013. Despite the missing leads and proofs, the speculation covering mainly the 7th generation iPhone and affordable model for emerging markets has been rife within the last few months. However, the WWDC event in San Francisco seem sensible to expect that Apple will use it showcase iOS 7.
When it comes to iPhone 5S hardware specifications, it appears that 4.5 inch display is most unlikely and Apple is going to maintain the existing form factor of the iPhone 5. However, the fascinating part of the forecast is that the analyst thinks iPhone 5S specs will include a fingerprint sensor that will apparently lay beneath the home button and will deliver a biometric lock to the phone and services. The other hardware enhancement could include “Smart Flash” (rear LED) , a superior A7 chip and LTE chip that will support all the bands available.