According to the analysts, a possible iPhone 5 launch September will likely to occur without the most speculated feature, “4G Long Term Evolution (LTE)”. Tech reports claim that 4G is a pretty new stuff and it is still in roll-out phase in most countries and we won’t be seeing it operating before few years.
Forbes said that, a resarch white paper from analyst Peter Misek of Jeffries & Co underlined that next gen iPhone is coming with lots of new feautures as expected but, LTE is still one year away from the Apple and the forthcoming launch will occur in this September.
Most tech blogs and sites agree on that the iPhone 5 can be considered as an iPhone 4S with some cosmetic changes and with better camera, also it will have A5 processor and will support HSPA+.
It is also believed that Apple is going to announce that iPhone 5 will be available on more carriers this time, including Sprint, T-Mobile and China Mobile.
Another tech news says, current LTE chipsets of Apple are not achieving the expected success in battery performance and in efficiency, so it is to early to include those primitive chips in iPhone 5.