iPhone To Probably Hold Fingerprint Detection

| September 10, 2013 | 0 Comments

New York (CNNMoney), while there is still no official confirmation of what the Apple plans to show off today, it’s the worst kept secret in tech; we are getting new iPhones.

The Apple keeps its lips tight when it comes to the future devices. But the Apple does have to rely on the other companies to make the iPhone, that means the leaks are inevitable.

iPhone To Probably Hold Fingerprint Detection

We might not know anything about the new iPhone, but we’ve a decent idea of what to expect.

As usual, the Apple will update its flagship iPhone model, that is expected to be known as iPhone 5S. It’s not probably to be a fundamental redesign, but the Apple still could have some things to brag about.

For the starters, the iPhone 5S is estimated to come in a champagne or gold, depending on who you talk to the color. The first clue of this came from a seeped factory image of iPhone part, and then this happens simultaneously. AllThingsD finally got trusted sources to ensure the rumor.

iPhone To Probably Hold Fingerprint Detection

It is also possible that the iPhone 5S will come in a brighter shade of gray, offering a 4th option for the iPhone buyers. The handset is also expected to have the upgraded hardware, that should come as no surprise. Many people think that the iPhone 5S will feature the Apple’s A7 processor, a dual core chip promising 31 percent more computing power.

According to the other leaks, the iPhone 5S will contain an improved camera and an upgraded dual LED flash to create your night shots look less splashed out.

iPhone To Probably Hold Fingerprint Detection

Maybe the most thrilling rumor is that the iPhone 5S will contain a fingerprint detection where the home button is typically located. The rumors about it first popped up in the January,when the Ming Chi Kuo, a KGI security specialist with the best record.

If tradition holds and the Apple throws another event in the October, the chances are that we will see the updated iPads and maybe other new products then.


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