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    What will the next iPhone in competition to Samsung Galaxy S4?


    Know more about the next version of iPhone from Apple Inc. and the competition between Samsung and Apple Inc. in the smartphone sector from the experts of Techulator. You can also know about the release date, launch, features and specs of next version of iPhone from the experts.

    Recently launched Samsung Galaxy S4 is setting bench mark in smartphone world. We know that Apple and Samsung are in tough competition to cover the smartphone market. Now it is expected that Apple will also going to give answer by releasing new iPhone. What will the name of next iPhone? When it is going to be released? What are the expected features and specifications?
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  • The next iPhone will be 5S. This mobile features iOS 7. Other than this thing nothing has been confirmed. I have got lot of information (rumors) about its expected feature.

    Expected features of iPhone 5S
    It is confirmed that this mobile phone runs fresh OS iOS 7. So to run this OS this machine will be equipped with 4GB of RAM memory. Samsung has began to manufacture 20-nanometer 4GB capacity low-power DDR3 Mobile RAM and it makes a doubt that iPhone 5S may use this RAM. Samsung is the hardware supplier for all Apple products. Increasing this RAM will reduce the power used by the mobile. It will consume 30% less power than its previous model. There won't be any changes in screen size and dimensions, all the design remains same as its previous model. It is expected that this mobile will use dual-camera feature, the one we have in Galaxy S4. Apart from this there won't be any innovative feature.

    What's new in iOS 7
    iOS interface will generate a lot of changes. The most of the changes can be seen in user interface, especially changes in the e-mail and calendar system. They have made the interface very simple and easy to use.

    This mobile is expect release all over the world on June 2013.

  • The present competitor of Samsung Galaxy S4 is already there in the market in the form of iPhone 5 of Apple. But, it may not withstand the competition from Samsung Galaxy S4. Samsung Galaxy S3 became the highest selling smartphone in the world outsmarting the sales of Apple iPhone. Samsung will now work on a strategy to make Samsung Galaxy S4 the world's highest selling smartphone.

    Going by the foregoing paragraph, Apple has to now bank upon iPhone 5S and iPhone 6 to face the tough competition from Samsung Galaxy S4. There are already rumours making rounds in the media that Apple is likely to use a new processor for its iPhone 6. This processor will be different from the processor used in the previous versions of iPhones. There are news that iPhone 5S will be released this year and this will be followed by iPhone 6 for a possible release in June 2014.

    There are news that Apple has a plan to have a contract with Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company for iPhoneapplication processors for iPhone6 from next year. So Apple is getting ready for competition as it is going to reduce its dependence on Samsung for certain chips used in iPhone.

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  • All know that Samsung never leaves any sensation without a big dent and Apple never lets. Galaxy S4 is sailing in every nook and the corner of the world and its advertisements have enveloped all time Google Ads and media services. From Apple, iPhone 5 comes with great attractions. When both are compared, it becomes very difficult to choose which is better and suffer and clash each other in most of the aspects especially in "Processor" aspect.

    Apple has started its work to develop a large scale smart device that would beat every commodity of Samsung including S4 and Note. It will be the successor if iPhone 5 as the name indicates, iPhone 6


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