Latest projections on the iPhone 5S release date hint at September. Based on comments from Avago Technologies, a wireless chipmaker for the next gen iPhone, Wells Fargo Securities gave the forecast. The projection indicates an initial transition to the iPhone 5S in September and a subsequent bigger transition in Q4 2013.
Among the thrilling features, the iPhone 5S will likely sport an OLED flexible display merged with a layer of force detection sensor – based on Apple’s patent called “Embedded force measurement.” The feature will undoubtedly offer a durable screen and also increases the chances of unveiling 3D control keys. Such advancements could result in capacitive keys that safeguard the device from relapse due to constant usage.
Another much-wanted upgrade relates to graphics. Based on MacRumors reports that a good number of expert AMD specialists are relocating, Apple is well-positioned to utilize the expertise of a robust GPU team for its A7 chipset. The most attention-grabbing features of iPhone 5S are perhaps, the Retina+ display and fingerprint sensor.
Recent reports conveyed the emergence of Pegatron as Apple’s primary assembler, signaling Apple’s intent of expanding its product lines. Rumors say Pegatron is working for a lower cost compared to Foxconn, which has enjoyed monopoly as Apple’s sole supplier until now. Apple’s new partner Pegatron is also increasing its workforce by about 40 percent, meaning that Apple is well-equipped for a timely release of its next gen iPhone.
With supposed production activities ramping up with focus on quality and speed, Apple seems ready to provide the finest hardware to facilitate a September release of the iPhone 5S, with a good deal of upgrades meeting the expectations of its fans. The iOS 7’s innovation is also expected on the iPhone 5S. It is likely to be unveiled at the WWDC event on June 10th.