As we look into the details, we don’t find any major improvements in the latest piece, in contrast to its previous versions. Apart from the swell in the size of the display and the processor speed, there are no notable additions. The display size has been increased from 3.5 to 4 inches and the processor speed has been raised to A6, which is twice as much fast as the iPhone 4. The operating system has been upgraded from iOS5 to iOS6 including some minor improvements in the camera, not to forget, the G factor. The previous editions were all 3G and now it has been upgraded to 4G. The look of the phone, however, has not changed, and will be available in its three standard colors: White, Black and Silver.
This version has already attracted mixed reviews. But tech gurus say that the technology has already reached its maximum peak. The technology has grown at such a rapid pace all these years that there is no further scope of improvement in the near future. Many feel that there is nothing surprising or very different from the previous versions.
After having a tate-e-tete with one of my long-lost buddies who is one of the biggest Apple fans that I have known in my entire life, about the event and the launch of the product, all he could say was, “There will be no event of Apple as it was when Steve Jobs was there.”