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Expect the new Maps app with turn-by-turn navigation to be a highlight of this new iPhone event once again. Siri, againThe latest generation of Siri will have more hooks in apps. Will it be easier to use? The capability to launch apps via Siri might suggest better in-car capabilities. Apple discussed Eyes Free, a technology being built into cars to take advantage of Siri connectivity over the next 12 months, at WWDC. More concrete details on Eyes Free with the new iPhone could emerge at this event.

NFC? presidio grip case for apple iphone x and xs - gray/green Don't count on it.Apple's Passbook, a new app in iOS 6 that works like a mobile wallet, has led some to believe that NFC, or Near-Field Communication, a technology increasingly showing up in other smartphones, will make an appearance in the iPhone 5, Odds are slim this will happen; the latest indications are that the new iPhone's slimmer design might make NFC inclusion unlikely, Also, NFC in mobile-wallet tech is still embryonic, and hasn't gained much traction yet, A new camera? Unclear.The iPhone has made three successive leaps in camera technology with the iPhone 3GS, 4, and 4S; few people have any more complaints about the quality of the iPhone's camera, Instead, there could be additional camera modes or tweaks: multiburst, improved multifocus, or a better flash, With all the other new iPhone features, advancements in camera tech could take a year off..

iPad Mini or new iPods?The original consensus was that Apple would use its September event to carpet bomb the competition with a slew of new products: iPhone 5, iPad Mini, new iPods, and the new iOS. Recently, however, the rumor mill has indicated two separate events: an iPhone launch in September, followed by the iPad Mini launch in October. I agree with the latter assessment. Odds seem historically slim that Apple will allow anything else into this event. iPads, iPods..my gut tells me that these won't be around or even spoken of. Based on what we think we know so far about the new iPhone, the entire event could be spent discussing the new phone and its features (an iOS 6 recap). That would follow the game plan of the iPhone 4S event, where the legacy iPods were barely mentioned.

Meanwhile, rumors of the iPad Mini, with its alleged 7.85-inch screen, are presidio grip case for apple iphone x and xs - gray/green growing at a daily rate, That device, should it emerge in 2012, seems destined for its own event sometime in October, along with long-overdue refreshes to the iPod Nano and Touch, both of which haven't been updated since 2010, Two events would allow Apple to double-dip in the news cycle as well, so a cheaper, smaller iPad -- a major product in its own right -- wouldn't get overshadowed by the new iPhone, One thing's for certain: we'll know a lot more by the afternoon of September 12..

Defining today's 'entry-level' AndroidWhile the typical low-end Android phone commonly features a single-core processor, we're increasingly finding dual-core 1GHz CPUs, or faster, in the bargain bins. On the memory front we see that the days of 384MB RAM are behind us, as many of today's Android phones come with 512MB and 1GB RAM. Internal storage has crept up a bit, often starting at 4GB, and is often complemented by microSD expansion. As screen technologies continue to improve, most of today's Android handsets come with 800x480-pixel or 960x540-pixel display resolutions on much larger screens. Display sizes have slowly inched up from 3.2 inches and 3.5 inches, and now the norm seems to be around 4 inches. It isn't uncommon to see an announcement for a $50 device that includes a 960x540 qHD display. Today's Pantech Flex is a testament to that very statement.