Apple Rumours: A thinner and taller touch screen and nano-SIMs to arrive with the new iPhone – Part 1

Wednesday, July 25th, 2012 2:05:07 by

The new iPhone is allegedly releasing in October, 2012 but talking about what new it is bringing is always fun to talk about. Although the company brings are satisfying smartphone to the market, there are always desires surrounding it. And above all, it is always fun to talk about and anticipate the phone.

The new phone is mainly under siege by the experts on its 3.5-inch display. This screen size has been with the device since the start and is becoming monotonous by the day. Though it has the widest viewing angle and the sharpest screen in the world with 330 pixel per inch density, it has become quite the smallest in smartphones when the competition is moving toward smartphone-tablet hybrids.

The main thing about the iPhone is its secrecy that actually sells it the most. The company’s policy to keep a tight lid on its products urges the general public, experts and vendors to anticipate what is coming and what is not. In addition, every one of its surprises has always been a successful venture, be it iMac, iPod or iPhone.

Since the release of the new iPad, all rumour hot guns have taken the Cupertino giants’ smartphone into the crosshairs. There are several new rumours since march but following are the salient ones.

The Dock

It has been two years now that customers and experts alike have registered suggestions that the docks of the iOS devices are quite enormous for their use. Except for being universal in use, there seems no much use of a 30-pin dock connector. There are rumours that Apple has finally taken the bold step of decreasing the unanimity of its iOS devices.

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