It should not be so strange to hear some conflicting information about new iPhone before the official announcement from the company. Of course some are the same but some are not so we can conclude something and come up with something too. Several conflicting reports have emerged today regarding the next iPhone. According to Bloomberg, the future iPhone would be a simple upgrade of the current model.
The new iPhone will closely resemble the iPhone 4
This is not the opinion of BGR says that the iPhone will have five new design and that the Apple phone will be presented to the press in early August for a marketing end of August or early September.
The iPhone 5 with a Apple A5 Dual Core processor, identical to that of the iPad 2, and a new 8-megapixel sensor against only 5 megapixels on the iPhone 4.
In all cases, the iPhone 5 should get new Apple A5 processor and exit at about the same time or shortly before, the iOS 5.0 version scheduled for this fall. Everything seems to converge to an exit by the latest September.
Finally, Apple could well spring a surprise by expanding the range with a second iPhone model. Bloomberg also said that Apple is working on an entry-level iPhone could compete with Android products more affordable.
When Is iPhone 5 Coming Out?
According to every source, the release date of iPhone 5 should be by the end of August or early September
Future of Apple iPhone’s Strategy
In a more or less near future, Apple will expand its range to reach a wider audience but the question is how Apple can produce another iPhone for new market share. In this case, Apple would choose two iPhone model which is similar to the current model or new feature and design iPhone.
Regarding to the new feature and design iPhone, Apple could change that by offering a smaller model with less memory and more limited features, but that could attract a new audience that does not need all the features offered by the iPhone 4, for example.
Recall that the iPod line was composed of a single model from 2001 to 2003, then Apple launched the iPod Mini in 2004 before declining its range with several models. Today, the iPod line has four different models: shuffle, nano, classic and touch. If history repeats itself, Apple could well decline iPhone family with a more compact and less expensive, or alternatively, a standard model with a price content and high-end model equipped with components at the tip.