All is set for the much awaited iPhone 5 launching event in San Francisco but there are things that tech giant Apple should not do in the media event.
Analysts claimed that the iPhone 5 event will boost the economy of United States and will push the shares of Apple up to $700.
If you are one of the many people who cannot wait to get hold of the latest generation of the iPhone, you must be monitoring the launching event today. Apple is expected to unveil the highly anticipated phone of the year less than a year after the company introduced the iPhone 4S.
iPhone 5 managed to make everyone in frenzy that all eyes are set on Apple watching its every move. Fans are holding on the rumored features and hoping the Cupertino-based company will grant their wishlist.
Below are the five things that Apple should not do in iPhone 5 event that will surely disappoint many fans and consumers.
No 4G/LTE Connectivity Outside US
One of the highly anticipated features of the upcoming iPhone 5 is the support to the fast 4G/LTE connection.
However, it will truly disappoint many fans if Apple will not launch a device that will not be able to support 4G/LTE connection outside the US like the latest generation of iPad, which promoted Apple to make refunds to consumers.
Near Field Communication (NFC)
Japanese Apple blog, Macotakara, examined what it said was new photos released by Apple.pro, claiming that the chipset was an NFC sensor. But earlier breakdown of the phone shows that no new chip, for NFC or not, was to be found.
However, many are still hoping that Apple will include an NFC feature in the new iPhone.
Introduce the Same Screen Size
One of the rumored features of the iPhone 5 is a slightly larger screen display. If the new iPhone will still have the same screen size, it will surely disappoint many consumers since its competitors already sport massive screen sizes
Fast Depleting Battery
One of the common complaints to Apple is the short battery life. Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note 2 with 3100 mAh. If iPhone 5 have the same old battery before, it will surely let down many fans.
Steve Jobs used to love ending his keynotes with a surprise. However, we are unsure if Tim Cook will pick up the same habit.
The launching event will be today and the device will be available on September 21.
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