“Based on the latest chatter, a reasonable snapshot of the new iPhone seems to be an ‘iPhone 5S’ with the same design as the iPhone 5, a stronger processor, and an improved camera system,” Mark Gurman reports for 9to5Mac.
“But what about a ‘cool factor?’ Apple’s previous ‘S-iPhone’ upgrades both included unique features to set it apart from either previous iPhones or other devices on the market. The iPhone 3GS included new Video Camera and Voice Control hardware and software to differentiate itself from its predecessor, while the iPhone 4S introduced Siri,” Gurman reports. “There has been some chatter regarding a fingerprint sensor system, but nothing absolutely concrete.”
Gurman reports, “Besides a dual-LED flash setup and perhaps a 13MP Sony-designed sensor, we have discovered that Apple is designing a new iPhone camera feature called ‘Mogul’ mode… According to our analysis and testing of the code, ‘Mogul’ is a feature in development that allows the iPhone to capture video at an exceptionally fast and precise rate. Specifically, our testing indicates that the feature can allow the iPhone to record video at a rate of 120 frames-per-second (FPS).”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Readers “Fred Mertz” and “Lynn Weiler” for the heads up.]