iPhone 5 & iPad 3 dream dead without hyped specs
The big things expected from Apple this year are obviously the Apple iPad 3, a device expected to surface in the first week of March, and of course the next iOS smartphone, currently being referred to as the iPhone 5, and we have heard many rumours about what these two Apple devices are expected to deliver in the way of specs.
Those rumoured specifications are a Retina Display, improved battery, a faster A6 quad core processor, better camera, along with 4G LE capability with the Apple iPad 3, whilst the specs for the iPhone 5 have been rumoured to include a larger touch screen, improved battery, removable battery, face recognition, 3D, NFC, 4G LTE, Liquipel waterproofing and the new design that all the iOS faithful expected with the iPhone 4S.
We all know the Apple iPad 2 and iPhone 4S have been a success for Apple, but will that success continue with the iPad 3 and iPhone 5 if Apple fails to deliver what specs and features the mobile space expects?
Well probably considering the amount of loyal Apple followers out there, Apple could deliver just about anything and still be a success, this was basically proven when Apple delivered the iPhone 4S with Siri, the virtual assistant being basically the only thing of value in the smartphone.
Obviously anything we have heard about the third generation iOS slate and the next generation iPhone is all speculation and rumour, perhaps Apple will deliver on those rumoured specs and features or perhaps not, maybe these new devices will arrive with an updated version of iOS 5 or even come pre-installed with the new iOS 6, or maybe not.
However, if Apple doesn’t deliver what is expected with the iPhone 5 and iPad 3 could the dream of owning one be dead in the water, or will both devices be just a success as previous Apple gear regardless of what they offer the customer?
So we’d like to ask our iOS faithful readers out there whether they will purchase the Apple iPad 3 and or iPhone 5 regardless of what specs and features the devices come with, or will you call it a day with iOS if one or both devices seem somewhat disappointing and move on to something else?
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