Hey everyone I'm Kara tsuboi cnet.com joined by senior managing editor Kent German to talk about the latest roundup of iPhone 5 rumors -- -- -- high all right SATA for telling -- about sides with -- for a long time that this iPhone could be.
Yes now we're hearing that it's gonna be four inches screen size so latest rumors that sharp is actually in production so -- making four inch screens.
Heard a couple different sizes tossed around so we it is for and -- a good thing we need a larger screen.
And it can also be a little bit wider picture could be the latter were to do it more comfortable for viewing video that's a feature -- -- and other Smartphones -- think Apple could step up.
Bigger to me just it's harder to -- my pocket and that's not always a good thing it says that's trade capture of an Apple could make the phone and that's another memory card if it is thinner than.
Being a little bigger you still might -- definitive market.
I so look -- make -- -- the connector make it a little smaller cherry and Apple for years -- -- that thirty pin -- so that's in all the current products.
And that we heard the first 1919. Pin connector so little smaller that would enable larger battery.
And now we're hearing the smallest eight pin connector well.
-- as far as being can be element of a larger battery but actually kind of inconvenient to get everything we you have all your current unplug your current charters wouldn't fit -- to get something.
Finally -- and released it what does this even hitting the public.
What would still don't know about the latest to reproduce that we could -- an Apple event on September 12.
We could see the new iPhone and we can also see an actual iPad mini.
So the smaller iPad and with apples at least in part species as soon as they announce and it's usually available and we -- yet issued a -- we can -- later said that as of September 12 we could -- of the week the week following -- -- after that I wouldn't simulator.
Adults can be an exciting few weeks leading -- well thank you so much Kent German I'm Kara tsuboi cnet.com thanks for watching.