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iPhone 5S rumors surface, production may begin in December
iPhone 5 has been released, though in shortage already in India, there are new set of rumors that have surfaced. According to latest rumors, Apple has already started works on iPhone 5S and are said to begin trial production for the smartphone in December this year.
According to a report by Digitimes, which obtained information from a Chinese language newspaper, Commercial Times, the report claims that Apple is believed to begin trial production of the iPhone 5S in December. According to the report by Digitimes, Apple is expected to begin trial production of the new version of the iPhone 5, which it dubs the iPhone 5S in December, with the initial production volumes expected to top 50,000 to 100,000 units.
The report states, “Facing low yield rates in the production of iPhone 5, Apple has accelerated the certification processes for related parts and components for the iPhone 5S.”
iPhone 5S - Why?
Its no hiding the fact that Apple iPhone 5, though has very huge initial release and sales momentum behind its back, is plagued by various issues. Ranging from the buggy Maps to the latest the screen not recognising touch inputs. Various reports claim that the iPhone 5 and iPod touch devices respond oddly to multiple and rapid diagonal swipes.
A report by iMore states that on an iPhone 4S, one can rapidly swipe back and forth and the handset will keep up without any lag noticed even when some swipes are diagonal. However, on an iPhone 5, when one swipes rapidly diagonally at about 45 degrees, it appears that the gesture is not recognised.
This issue may be due to the in-cell technology used in Apple’s new 4-inch devices along with the software. The report ends by stating, “Due to the angle, rapidity, and consistency needed to trigger the drop, it’s not a problem most apps or developers will ever face. Games and game developers on the other hand, could well encounter it.”
So to make amends, the people at Cupertino have gone overtime and are working on releasing the upgraded model which will undoubtedly solve at least the hardware related problems of the iPhone 5.