After whole lot of rumors and wait, iPhone 5 is finally here – well oh well it looks fantastic, just like all those leaked images – that’s disappointing, but let’s go over the new features:
- 4 inch Retina Display with 1136×640 pixel Resolution
- A6 CPU
- HSPA+, DC-HSDPA, LTE network support
- WiFi a/b/g/n 2.4GHz and 5GHz
- 8 Megapixel Camera (3264×2448 px) f/2.4 aperture with backside illumination
- 1080 p video recording with video stabilization and face detection.
- 8 hour 3g Talk time , 8 hour LTE browsing time
- 225 hours standby time.
- 3 microphones
- New Lightning connector
iPhone 5 costs $199 for 16 GB, $299 for 32GB, $399 for 64GB on a contract, pre-order opens September 14, ships September 21.
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Yes, this news does come as a rather disappointing shock to many Verizon and ATT subscribers who were planning to buy the Samsung Galaxy S3 or those who have already placed their pre-order!
Dropbox confirmed that Verizon and ATT both have opted out of this promotion, usually users get 50GB of free Dropbox space with their Galaxy S3 – which costs around $99. Surely, Verizon and ATT subscribers will miss the free 50GB of cloud space which could be of great use to all!
We do wonder why these carriers took this decision was it the cost of this promotion or high data traffic – only they know! However, it’s not a welcome decision at all!
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