“According to the team of analysts and researchers, the smartphones and tablets, with the rise of apps and innovations severely disrupted the PC market. According to them, the iPhone 5 is at the center of ‘disruptive mobility,'” Cabural reports. “Based on research team’s Global Technology Outlook, companies associated with Apple Inc., Samsung, big data, software-as-a service, security, and cloud computing providers will grow. In contrast, companies associated with PC’s will continue to suffer sales decline.”
Cabural reports, “Analysts expect the iPhone 5 is equipped with a larger display, faster processors, more DRAM and 4G LTE capable. They also expect that iPhone 5’s design will come out with a slimmer design and an enhanced Siri. Apple Inc. is expected to produce 50 million units of iPhone 5 per quarter, after its official launching on September 12 in San Francisco.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Carl H.” for the heads up.]
It’s official: Apple invites media to iPhone 5 special event on September 12 – September 4, 2012