Recently we’ve noticed a lot of rumors in regards to the next iPhone and those is only going to intensify approaching the September or October — period of time when everybody expects the revolutionary iPhone 5 to release.
But a very important factor that most likely isn’t true could be that the new iPhone has already been in production.
Another thing is the fact that we’re once again reading the the next-gen iPhone will feature: 4G LTE net-connectivity, having a 1GB Ram memory. An internal resource for BGR revealed a number of fascinating details throughout the whole procedure for an iPhone reaching store shelves.
Apple goes through multiple stages before a product is manufactured, and two of these include the “engineering verification test” stage and the “design verification test” phase. Apple’s sixth-generation iPhone is currently in the EVT3 stage, the third revision of the engineering test stage, and has not yet entered the DVT stage.
|iPhone 5 having a 4-inch display, LTE, NFC, 1GB RAM|
Here’s a few other interesting information about previous iPhones:
- The Verizon-branded iPhone 4 made it to the EVT2 phase in mid-November, hit EVT3 in the last week of November, and finally got to DVT2 at the end of December.
- The iPhone 4 that was lost in a bar in San Francisco was actually in DVT stage.
The actual iPhone 4S received only 512 RAM memory while the iPhone 5 will have 1 GB RAM, NFC and 4G LTE support. So what is your opinion guys? We will see all these fantastic features in the Apple’s next-generation iPhone or not?