For years,Â AppleÂ was able to dominate the market because of the creativity of theÂ iPhone’s design and software capabilities that couldn’t find elsewhere.
That’s a challengeÂ AppleÂ will have to address on Tuesday, when Tim Cook is widely expected to unveil the fifth-generationÂ iPhone 5Â andÂ iOS 5.Â The event will take place at Appleâ€™s Cupertino, California, campus as announced earlier.
But before the formal announcement, speculations show thatÂ iPhone 5Â new designÂ would feature a teardrop or tear-shape design with a metal back and a slimmer body. Teardrop shape means, one side is thicker than the other, and so as the weight is not balanced.
Although these details are unclear, it is said thatÂ AppleÂ has been working on anÂ iPhone 5Â that is thinner and lighter, with better antenna and bigger touch screen.
Now the question is, what designs will guarantee to hypnotize consumers. That’s the challengeÂ AppleÂ designers need to come up to.
Regardless of the design of the nextÂ iPhone, there are same sure-fire bets over the specs according to the news. Itâ€™s expected that the A5 dual-core processor currently found on theÂ iPad 2Â will make its way to the newÂ iPhone, as well as moreÂ RAMÂ (doubled from 512MB to 1GB) and a higher-resolution camera, possibly 8 megapixels.
There are also some rumors that iPhone will show not only one iPhone but instead two, namely iPhone 5 and iPhone 4s. So let’s wait for the big apple news on Tuesday.