A number of Apple lovers were left unhappy by the “Let’s Talk iPhone” event earlier this week when rather than a completely new iPhone that would change the world of cell phones yet again, they instead got a revamped iPhone 4 in the style of an iPhone 4S. However, Apple fans shouldn’t permit discontent to consume them for too much time; experts are now anticipating a super fast state-of-the-art 4G LTE iPhone 5 to be launched a while in 2012.
Will Strauss, president of market study company Forward Concepts has informed CNET: “Apple is saving the iPhone 5 model for the LTE version, and the latest design won’t arrive until the 4G LTE systems is able to be utilized in cell phones, which won’t be out until upcoming springtime.”Strauss thinks that the utilize of LTE concept being implemented by mobile phones like the HTC Thunderbolt is early and not to the big standards that Apple prides itself on.There were stories that Apple wasn’t pleased with the first generation of LTE chipsets from Qualcomm as they would make the devices bulkier. New Apple President Tim Cook isn’t ready to compromise the model of the iPhone by too early applying the concept.
As per a chip master Anand Shimpi of Anandtech, iPhone 4’s pcb isn’t of suitable size to carry an additional chip to allow LTE without reducing the size of the battery.Shimpi says a Qualcomm chip named the MDM9615, which will be able to LTE voice and data that would fit Apple’s mobile phone specs, is probably to come out in the 2nd quarter of 2012. Wedbush Securities expert Scott Sutherland also thinks 2012 will be a milestone yr for Apple; he feels both a 4G iPhone 5, as well as the latest iPad 3 will appear the coming year.
Jefferies expert Peter Misek also anticipates an iPad 3 release in calendar 1st quarter and an LTE iPhone in the 1st half of calendar 2012.