Tuesday, March 5, 2013

iPhone 5S may come early as June to counter the Samsung Galaxy SIV assault

Apple announced the iPhone 5 in October last year, in order to meet a self-imposed schedule that sees the release of a new smartphone model every 12 months. 2013 should be the year in which Cupertino decides to change this unwritten rule as referring to the iPad.
According to the KGI Securities analyst Ming Chi Kuo, the date for the presentation of the next generation of iPhone will be around June or at the latest in July, and could not be the only iPhone to be presented.
It is now virtually certain that the presence of a cheaper smartphone, the so-called plastic iPhone 5, which should go to attack a lower part of the smartphone market, that till now was a taboo for Apple, will become reality in near future.
For now, the iPhone 5 is still the best selling smartphone ever, but Apple knows that trends change very quickly, and Samsung is bringing upon himself the attention of many buyers undecided whether to make the transition to a Korean smartphone.
Let's just hope that this competition brings to light better products, cheaper and innovative, and instead there is a further rise in prices as we are recording from a couple of years.

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