Apple is expected to launch its much hyped iPhone5S soon at a press conference on 10 September, 2013.
iPhone5S has been in rumours for quite some time and it is expected to replace the existing flagship device by Apple, iPhone 5, reported AllThingsD.
The upcoming gadget supposedly has better specifications than its predecessor. The iPhone5S is expected to carry a processor A6X or the fresh A7.
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The handset is expected to come with a better camera so that it can give a cut-throat competition to 13 megapixels camera of Samsung Galaxy S4.
The flagship device is also expected to support the superfast LTE- Advanced connection as it was reported in July.
“SK Telecom is approaching Apple to put our LTE-A technology on the upcoming iPhone 5S," said a SK Telecom executive to Tech Radar. "We are in the middle of negotiations.”
Along with a good network connection, the iPhone5S is said to offer good security related functions. Apple was reported to be working on fingerprint sensor, which is expected to be utilised by the users to unlock the smartphone since Apple acquired Authentec in 2012.
It is speculated that the upcoming gadget will run on iOS 7, which has been in beta zone since it was announced at Apple’s Developer Conference in June. Hence, the launch of iOS 7 is also expected along with the flagship device. The tech giant has experimented with the new software a lot by giving a completely new radical design of the overall look of the iPhone’s menus and icons. There are other updates such as better photo organising facilities and additional features.
The iOS 7 will also be available in the older iPhone models such as iPhone 4, iPhone4S and iPhone5. Apple has also confirmed that iOS 7 will also be available for iPads and iPod Touch devices.
The tech giant is also expected to launch the next version of Mac OS X, which is also known as Mavericks. The Mac OS X is expected to release sooner than predicted 10 September, 2013 event.
Apple has decided to keep mum about the speculated event to be held in September but this has surely excited the Apple lovers.
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