Even though iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C haven’t rested properly on the shelves, the rumors of the next generation iPhone are already doing rounds. So, here is what you can expect. The screen size is expected to be bigger: a 4.8 inch screen. This might be possible since research shows that sales of phones with bigger displays have gone up, though Steve Jobs hasn’t been quite a fan of such displays.
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The new iPhones continue to sell like hot cakes in various countries, but the disappointing news is that the iOS 7 is not delivering what it promised. After the initial hurdle of security issue fixed by an update, may be there are series of updates required to be given by Apple over numerous issues being faced by its users. One of the prominent ones faced of late is by the sudden vanishing icons of homescreen.
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The largest Japanese mobile carrier, DoCoMo, recently added iPhone to its shelves. But the iPhone addition failed to attract subscribers for NTT DoCoMo, but the subscriber numbers continued to rise for KDDI Corp and SoftBank Corp. More than 66,000 subscribers dropped during the month of September, for which DoCoMo blames the low stock levels of iPhones. The reasons for such low levels is not clear though.
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The iPhone 5S from Apple is now the best selling phone in the U.S., if the reports from the new Canaccord Genuity is true. The Samsung Galaxy S4 is no longer the best selling smartphone in the U.S, and is now surpassed by the iPhone 5s. The research firm has revealed that Apple’s new smartphone is the best selling device in September on the four major network providers in the United States . However, Canaccord has not revealed exactly how many units have been sold.
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