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Designed by Steve Jobs iPhone5 will be released in 2012
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12.10.2011 17:22:56
Apple will introduce a fifth-generation "iPhone" next year. New products Steve Jobs worked on for years to come.
Designed by Steve Jobs iPhone5 will be released in 2012

Starting "real" iPhone5, are actively working on the founder of Apple Steve Jobs is expected next year - as well as new product series of iPod, Mac, and iPad.

Western media are now actively discussing the fact that after the death of Steve Jobs left the company his great legacy - the projects of new products for at least four years, which will provide the motion vector of Apple, who asked the deceased.

According to the director of the consumer division of research firm Yankee Group Carl Howe, it is not surprising, since the tablet iPad, for example, was conceived back in 2004, when he came out only in 2010.

He also noted that new products, Steve Jobs is not developed for a quarter or two before launch, and for years to come.

expected that Apple will introduce the fifth generation of the iPhone this year. Although iPhone4S is the fifth generation (and 3GS - third), some believe that the machine is not so innovative to deserve the name of 5.0. However, Apple, and not so called smartphone.

noteworthy that iPhone4S, despite the skepticism of many analysts, for the first day of the opening of the pre-order has collected more than 1 million applications. The previous record, which amounted to 600,000 pre-orders for the first day, belongs to his predecessor - the smartphone iPhone4, sales of which began in 2010.


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