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First Look at iPhone 5

The rumours mills are working extremely hard this year. Parts of iPhone 5 have been all over the place. The final assembly of the physical phone was out even before Apple sent out the media invitation for 12th September 2012.

My first reaction to the design of iPhone 5 is... disappointed! Don't poke me, I am really disappointed and disgusted that after having the same iPhone design (4 and 4S) for the past 2 years, we are getting the same look and design again for the next one year. I mean same design but slightly thinner and longer phone. If you have not seen the iPhone 5 before, check out the video here:


Android owners will be laughing at us for having the same phone for 3 years. Apple is not moving, or are they complacent since SJ passing?

What's the purpose of having a 4 inches screen bearing a 16:9 ratio and having a weird resolution of 640 x 1136? We can't really think of what's Apple's plan with that.

To think of it again, I realised that I have wrong Apple.

What's Apple's design all about? If you were to look at the design of iMac, MacBook Pro and iPod, you will realise that the design of these products doesn't differ too much from it's predecessor. A 2007 aluminium iMac will almost look exactly like the current model. Ditto to MacBook Pro and iPod. Thus it wouldn't be strange that Apple decided to keep the changes to the design of iPhone 5 to the minimal. At least you will feel at ease with the new phone. Even with this larger 4 inches screen, the width of the phone remains unchanged. It will still be good for one-handed operation. You know what I mean if you have ever use a 4.5 or 5  inches Android phone.

With iPhone, it's all about the operating system - iOS. Everyone that owns an iPhone and tried an Android will know that. iOS is about simplicity. It's smooth and doesn't complicates. Thus the critical component of the iPhone 5 is not about the hardware, it's about iOS 6!

Let's see what surprise in iOS 6 that wasn't included in the beta for the developers! We are almost there! Just a week more to go.

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