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Thursday, June 14, 2012

What iPhone 5 features will be from this WWDC iOS 6 release

Apple has introduced the next best thing to all Apple devices users, the iOS 6, which is claimed to include more than 200 new features. The latest iOS will come out until the fall, and will only work on the iPhone 3GS and models after that, but a lot of iOS 6 features will be welcomed by any iPhone owner.

New versions of mobile software (be it iOS or Android) can often be as feature-packed and exciting as new phone models, and frequently kick a lot of new value down to older hardware. As for the iPhone 5 features and release time, Apple made no clear announcement.

The question is, can we look into the new features of iOS 6 to peer upstream at what Apple's next iPhone might be like? Well, here’re some guesses about the features of the next Apple iPhone, iPhone 5? Maybe.

Mobile Wallet
Passbook doesn't introduce much that isn't already available via other apps, but it's Apple's first baked-in commitment to digital ticket/coupon/account consolidation. The ability to add QR codes and other frequent-user cards may sound small, but if Apple can help pull the general public into using the iPhone as a digital wallet, then this could be the first step toward unlocking NFC and other swipe-to-pay functions in the next iPhone.

4G LTE
Obviously, the next iPhone will have 4G LTE. Duh. FaceTime will support cellular calls, seemingly just in time for these new 4G iPhones. Will FaceTime also support 3G calls? It should, since Skype already does, too.

Siri and Eyes Free: The new Siri
Last year, Siri was packaged as one of the main selling points of the new iPhone. This year, expect an improved, more integrated Siri and Eyes Free voice-control integration in certain cars as another new selling point. Some may have felt burned by Siri's lack of responsiveness or utility in the past, but it seems that Apple is set on making Siri indispensable.

Turn-by-turn navigation
Don't underestimate this feature. Apple's move to own turn-by-turn, rather than offload the responsibility to an app, makes the iPhone (like the 4G iPad) a true navigation device right out of the box. Some of the iPhone's new features, like Siri, have recently been more about software than hardware. Imagine Apple ads this fall focused on lost people finding their way, and so on.

A larger screen?
A bigger screen means better video enjoyment on iPhone 5, like watching HD videos on iPhone 5. Apple's new Maps app has impressive 3D flyover effects that could do with a bigger screen. Maybe this and Safari's new offline reading-list feature could point the way to the new iPhone being touted as "better for reading" or "better for navigation." A new screen is overdue; most of the Android and Windows 7 phone landscape has long since adopted larger displays. Apple would be playing catch-up to the rest of the big-screen phone industry.

1 comment:

  1. I heard about apple will be launching ios 6 and which is great news to hear as in october 2012 iphone 5 will be launch. People are all love multimedia options of iphone and i think apple will provide more better multimedia solutions in iphone 5.

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