“We previously reported that Apple was working to reduce the size of the traditional 30-pin dock connector to something closer akin to a micro-dock so there’d be more room inside for other components (similar to how they went from a mini-SIM to a micro-SIM in 2010),” Ritchie reports. “Yesterday we reported that, as of last month, Apple was planning to stick with the current 3.5-inch screen size for the new iPhone, but that it wasn’t set in stone and it could get a little bigger (though nowhere near as big as current 4.5-inch-plus Android phones.)”
Ritchie reports, “Following that story we received some additional information. First, the new iPhone will be 4G LTE compatible. That shouldn’t come as a surprise to anyone… Second is the timeframe. We’ve mentioned October 2012 as the current release schedule for iPhone 5,1 before and it sounds like that’s still the plan.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader "Fred Mertz" for the heads up.]
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