iPhone 5 commercial takeover and video bliss
Currently the must have smartphone for consumers is the Samsung Galaxy S3 which has seen record orders for the company since it was first officially revealed and then released to the public, but in the coming months the smartphone wars are set to heat up with the expected release of the iPhone 5, which is believed to be a commercial takeover in the smartphone world.
While none of the new features that the handset will bring to the table are officially known, there are already millions of consumers that have made their mind up to purchase the device without knowing its specifications. There has been a lot of talk of a slightly larger display on the iPhone 5 with a 4-inch screen the most common size being tipped.
This year though the next version of the iPhone is going up against the toughest competition it as ever seen, with the Samsung Galaxy S3 leading the way. Many feel that Apple has to pull something special out of the bag this time round as there are even some iPhone fans thinking of switching to rival smartphone offerings.
Below we have some iPhone 5 commercials for you that feature concept ideas for the upcoming handset, and in the first one you can see a device that is see through with an advanced camera and Siri features. The second video is a bit tongue in cheek as it talks about the device being made from wood so it can easily be burnt, or shatter from only a small drop.
It goes on to talk about some new software features that see the end of Siri, and goes on to reveal a somewhat extortionate asking price for the handset. The video finishes with the message that we gave up but you will buy it anyway, which will make many Android fans chuckle.
The last video is another sarcastic offering that says that while the iPhone 4S was revolutionary, the iPhone 5 will be world changing. It then talks about new features that include a flame thrower, but other than that they kept it simple by adding an extra lens that was supposed to be added to the last model. While the videos are a bit of fun do you think the iPhone 5 will leave its rivals in its wake?