Top 5 difference between iPhone 4 and iPhone 5

Author: Eric | Publish Time: 2011-09-05 | Category: Internet

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iPhone 4 is a great piece of IT engineering. Unfortunately, it was released at a time when hand held engineering marvels are becoming something of a commonality, what with Samsung, Nokia and other competitors offering their own top notch phones. For this reason, the iPhone 4 just didn't make such a big splash in sales.

The iPhone 5 will be released in October of 2011. So, what are people saying the difference between iPhone 4 and iPhone 5? There has been no shortage of iPhone 5 rumors. Some are saying it will be a slightly better version of the iPhone 4. According to Apple, the new iPhone 5 will have all the features that you need to use it as the ultimate smartphone. The major difference between iPhone 4 and iPhone 5 will come in the form of A5 processor, 8 mega pixel camera and will be a "world phone" capable.

Top 5 difference between iPhone 4 and iPhone 5

Top 5 difference between iPhone 4 and iPhone 5

iPhone 5 Retina Display

One of the difference between iPhone 4 and iPhone 5 we'd expect to see omitted is Apple's Retina Display. Not only would this significantly lower the production costs associated with the iPhone 4, but it would also a difference between iPhone 4 and iPhone 5.

The iPhone 5 will no doubt feature a Retina Display - this is a given. But what will differentiate the iPhone 5 from the iPhone 5 is the size of the display. We're hearing a lot of talk about the iPhone 5 featuring a curved side-to-side Retina Display, something that will increase the screen real estate up to around 4-inches.

iPhone 5 iCloud Storage

Storage is a tricky one, especially with advent of Apple's iCloud Storage. That said, we wouldn't be surprised if Apple upped the storage to the 64GB mark on the iPhone 5 iCloud Storage, especially since so many Android handsets are now rocking around the 64GB mark with their combined internal and SD storage.

On the subject of the iPhone 4, we reckon Apple would limit the storage to either 8GB or 16GB. That way, it limits the storage costs but users will still have access to iPhone 5 iCloud Storage support within iOS5, so they should be too limited by the lower-end storage capabilities of the device.

If Apple does it this way, the iPhone 4 (8GB or 16GB), the iPhone 4 (16GB and 32GB) and the iPhone 5 (potentially, 16GB, 32GB and 64GB) will be the difference between iPhone 4 and iPhone 5 in the storage facilities they offer, which will allow Apple to price them accordingly.

iPhone 5 Build

We don't really know what the iPhone 5 will look like. No one does. Of course latest reports on the iPhone 5 have suggested that it will be a difference between iPhone 4 and iPhone 5. Whether this will be achieved via a new side-to-side curved display, a different chassis, both or something that no one has thought of remains to be seen.

iPhone 5 dual-core CPU

In terms of processing power we'd expect the iPhone 5 dual-core CPU of some kind, most likely Apple's A5 (Cortex A9) chip setup. That's the same set-up as the iPad 2, although it is entirely possible Apple has been cooking up something completely different. Still, the likelihood of a quad-core CPU appearing in the iPhone 5 is slim-to-none.

In terms of a GPU, current word on the street suggests that the iPhone 5 will be packing Imagination Technologies' PowerVR SGX543, as well as 1GB of RAM. Again, none of this has been officially confirmed, but we think it's a pretty safe bet so we're willing to agree on this front.

iPhone 5 Camera

This aspect should be pretty straightforward. We'd expect an 8-megapixel iPhone 5 camera and a VGA or 1.3-megapixel front-facing iPhone 5 camera (although 2-megapixels is a distinct possibility). This way, Apple has bumped up the imaging hardware and gives iPhone 4 users a reason to upgrade.

Top 5 difference between iPhone 4 and iPhone 5

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