iPhone 5: A smartphone that doesn’t fit in your pocket, but is still a smartphone source Fox News article Fox News reports that Apple is expected to unveil its iPhone 5 on September 18 at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco.
The new device, expected to be named the iPhone 5, is reportedly expected to have a new aluminum body, an OLED screen, and an upgraded chip with more processing power.
The device’s design could also be significantly improved from the previous model, which debuted with a metal body and the same 8-inch display as the iPhone 4S, which has been out for the last few months.
The rumored iPhone 5 is expected, however, to be the last of the iPhone series and the first iPhone to use a fingerprint sensor.
The iPhone 5S is expected for release in December 2019, with the company releasing its own smartphone with a fingerprint scanner.
The iPhone 5 will be powered by a new chip with an upgraded CPU, according to a new report from Bloomberg Businessweek.
Apple’s next smartphone, which the company has not yet named, will likely be powered from the company’s upcoming “A10 Fusion” chip, which is reportedly based on ARM’s Cortex-A9 architecture.
This chip is said to be capable of up to 100 times the speed of the A10-5850, which power the iPhone 6.
It will also have a larger memory, and a new A10 chip with support for 256-bit wide memory bandwidth, according the report.
The chip will be based on the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, a 64-bit processor based on a 28-nm manufacturing process.
The A10 Fusion chip is believed to be built for performance, and is said by Bloomberg to feature a higher frequency, up to 1GHz, compared to the Cortex-a7 chip that powers the current iPhone.
The A10 is expected be more powerful than the A8 chip that power the current generation of iPhones, which launched in 2017.
According to Bloomberg, the A12 cores will be built on the A9, while the A11 cores will also be built with the A7 architecture.
The processor also will have more processing speed than the existing A10 chips.
Apple is expected in the next year to unveil a new phone with an OLED display, which will be called the iPhone 7 Plus, and will be the first phone in Apple’s history to feature an OLED panel, according Bloomberg.
The company is also expected to introduce a new iPhone with a 5.7-inch screen, which it says will be a “slimmed down” version of the current model, though it is still rumored to be a smartphone with “the same 4.7 inch screen size.”
The rumored device, however would have a much smaller screen than the iPhone 3GS, which was released in 2010.
The next generation of iPhone, which could be called iPhone 8, is expected on November 7, 2019.
According the report, the new iPhone will feature a larger display, a bigger battery, and the ability to run a “5K-capable” graphics processing unit, which Apple will also claim will enable the device to offer up to 5,000 nits of peak brightness in a single charge.
The report claims that Apple will unveil the new phone during the Worldwide Developers Summit (WWSD) on September 25 in San Jose, California.
The new iPhone is also likely to be released with a new processor, according reports.
Bloomberg reports that the processor will be made by Intel, and it is expected that the chip will offer up more than 20 percent faster performance than the current processor on the current iPhones.
Apple is also reportedly working on an 8-core CPU that could be made up of 12, 14, or 16 cores, according other reports.
The rumored iPhone 8 will likely have a 5K display, as well as “5-inch Retina” display, with an edge-to-edge display and an edge density of 1036 pixels per inch.
It is also speculated that Apple may release an 8.3-inch version of its flagship smartphone, the iPhone X, sometime in 2020.
Apple has previously said that the next iPhone will be released in late 2019, but that the company is “still working on that.”
The company has yet to make any new iPhones and has previously announced that the upcoming iPhone 8 and 9 will not be made available until 2019.