Jan 302013

In accordance with the website iLounge disclosure message, Apple iPhone 5S camera components will use stack CMOS sensor similar with the Sony Xperia Z’s, and Apple will also optimize the software as well as other details. Apple may also use dual LED flash design for the machine, to improve the white balance effect through the newly added blue flash.

In addition, iLounge also mentioned the iPhone 5S will use the polycarbonate material, and will be launched in cooperation with China Mobile. In other words, this may mean that the new iPhone 5S may support the TD-SCDMA network.

Obviously, the information provided by iLounge about iPhone5S hardware configuration has many anastomotic with the news provided by the KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, such as the iPhone5S will support China Mobile’s TD network, and updrades in flash function. However, in the information provided by Kuo Ming-Chi, the iPhone5S will continue to maintain the level of 8.0 megapixel built-in camera, but will increase the lens aperture to F2.0 to have better picture quality in poor lighting environment.

Moreover, Kuo Ming-Chi also disclosed the iPhone5S would use the Apple A7 processor, whose characteristic is to use the 28-nanometer process technology, which implies that this processor is also able to improve performance while reducing power consumption. The IPhone 5S will be added with the latest fingerprint recognition technology and the fingerprint sensor will be built into the main menu key, in order to maintain the concept of the most compact design of the Apple products.

In order to get better battery life, Apple will also equip this iPhone5S with higher capacity of 1600 mAh battery. However, as the original Apple iPhone4S compared to iPhone4 upgrade, the rumored iPhone 5S in fact can be seen as a small facelift of iPhone5.

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