Apple has already tricked the audience with the announcement of iPhone 4S last year, but this year the Cupertino Company is finally confirmed to be launching a next-generation iPhone named iPhone 5 with the massive changes in the design of the device, and as well as the powerful processor along with multi working GPU inside its hood to bring more colors on the device. In addition to these basic updates in the device, the new iPhone 5 is also expected to be featuring the 4G LTE technology in it, as the Apple has already released the next-generation iPad with the same 4G LTE technology.
Apple is highly expected to be debuting a next-generation iPhone 5 with 4G LTE technology, with the wide range of 4G LTE network compatibility with international 4G powered carriers. Apple’s sixth-generation iPhone 5 is rumored to be coming in the second half of 2012, and appeared to be boosting the overall sales of the 4G LTE powered devices number in 2012 with its arrival in the market. The sources over the DigiTimes reported that Apple expected to be selling 45 million to 50 million units of the next-generation iPhone in the 2012, a massive jump in the overall sales of the iPhone from 25 million and 30 million handsets range.
Apple’s next-generation iPhone 5 is highly expected to be getting a complete major redesign, with the possibility of featuring unibody aluminum architecture that allows Apple to trim down its design at an extreme level. In addition to these design changes, the next-generation iPhone is rumored to be featuring a faster processor, and a larger display compared to the current generation iPhone 4S.