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Analyst says the iPhone 5S will include larger camera, fingerprint technology and the same 4-inch screen

Analyst thinks the new iPhone 5S will come with fingerprint technology and the same 4-inch screen

| Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones News | Posted: Apr 14, 2013 6:38 am

Brian White, an analyst at Topeka, has issued a new research note with some thoughts on what to expect from what the analyst is calling the iPhone 5S. White expects Apple to release the iPhone 5S this summer.

 

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White did previously predict that the new iPhone would come in multiple screen sizes, but he now reports that the iPhone 5S will continue with its 4-inch screen size. White claims the left side volume and mute buttons will be arranged differently, and that the iPhone 5S will come with the rumored fingerprint technology. This addition to the phone will be what Siri was to the iPhone 4S, differentiating the devices.

 

White also touches on the subject of a cheaper iPhone that will be released this summer, where he says:

 

Strangely enough, the lower-priced iPhone is still being called the "iPhone mini"; however, the general consensus (albeit a few disagreed and expect a slightly smaller screen) was that this new device would actually have the same screen size (i.e., 4-inches) as the iPhone 5. However, the "iPhone mini" will have a curved back casing made of colored plastic and will be thicker than the iPhone 5. We also learned the pricing could be a bit higher than our recently raised expectation, reaching as high as $400.

NEWS SOURCES:Macrumors.com

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