Tech giant Apple will unveil its next-generation iPhone during a dedicated release event on September 10, a latest report by AllThingsD said.
Though the details of S5 haven’t been disclosed by the Cupertino based company but the rumors suggest it will feature built-in fingerprint sensor.
IPhone 5S will be packed with more spectacular features than its iPhone 5, which was released in September last year. The follow-up device is believed to feature a 12-megapixel dual-flash camera, A7 processor and a latest technology – AuthenTec – a fingerprint sensor. The sensor will be used to unlock the phone, bolstering the security and privacy and prohibiting the unknown fingers from using device.
The new flagship device will run iOS 7, the latest version of Apple’s operating system which was released by company’s executives in June. iOS7 has different menus and icons and the ability to record video at a rate of 120 frames per second rather than around 30 frames per second, which means the users will be able to record slow-motion films
Another stunning feature of 5S will be Night Mode in Maps that responds to ambient light when it is used in the dark, the American tech blog said.