New report says Apple is having developers test version of iPhone with faster, dual-core A5 processor. If true, that would be far ahead of several-times reported release of next iPhone.
Leaked specs allegedly for the S4 Mini point to a Snapdragon 400 processor, 1.5GB of RAM, and an 8-megapixel camera in the back.
The iPhone 4S is a souped-up version of the iPhone 4, that packs a more powerful processor.
Apple's iPhone 5 may well include the same A5 processor as the iPad 2, according to code references buried in the new iOS 4.3 update, which went live last night for iPhone, iPod touch and iPad.
Code snippets from today's iOS 4.3 update unearthed by programmers show that the same processor found in the iPad 2 are likely to end up in the next iPhone.
With the iPad 2 now official, it's time for the iPhone 5 rumour-mill to start cranking out speculation in earnest. Today's instalment suggests an aluminium back and a beefy processor for the device.
The oft-quoted DigiTimes, a Taiwanese tech industry favorite publication, has revealed that Apple is outsourcing the production of its A5 processor chip, which many expect will be based on the ARM Cortex A9 design and used in the iPhone 5, to Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co.
Samsung explains to CNET just why its Galaxy S III ships with a dual-core CPU in the U.S. instead of its quad-core processor.
Concord Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo released a note with details on what to expect in the forthcoming iPhone 5. Juicy features include Apple's A5 processor and a much-improved 8-megapixel rear camera.
Apple's iPad has a brand-new engine purring beneath its aluminum and glass enclosure: its first dual-core chip, the A5.