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iPhone 5 vs iPhone 6: Just Baby Steps Apparently

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Many smartphones have been compared to the Apple iPhone design. This has led to some people asking just how many ways there are to change the design of a phone.

iPhone 5 vs iPhone 6 (or should we say iPhone 5S)

Since then things have changed and there are many smartphones that give Apple a good run for their money. The LG Nexus 4 and the Nokia Lumia 920 are two great examples of these. Lovers of tech are now watching Apple very closely to see what they might do with the Apple iPhone 6. However it is no thought that the next generation handset may not be named iPhone 6.

According to Product-Reviews, it may end up being called the iPhone 5S as it could come with just incremental changes to the design, as we have seen with previous generations.

The Apple iPhone 5 was revealed with large changes to the design, bigger than other generations had. Therefore it is likely that the 7th gen Apple iPhone might not have many changes and wouldn’t warrant more than an “S” in its name. Apple is known not to overdo it with changes when it comes down to the design of the phones. With this in mind it is possible that the iPhone 5S will have specs that are slightly enhanced.

Apple may then release the iPhone 6 in 2014 and this could have a larger change to the design. This is something that has been seen before with the release of the Apple iPhone 3G and 3GS, as well as the iPhone 4 and then the iPhone 4S, which had the same design.

With what is said to be the back housing of the Apple iPhone 5S having recently been leaked in a photo online, it shows that the external design of the next generation Apple iPhone is virtually the same.

So just what small changes might there be with the Apple iPhone 5S? When you take the scratches which have plagued the black and slate model of the iPhone 5, this is something that Apple may want to improve upon somehow.

Mike is the man who reviews gadgets that aren’t mainstream or products that can’t exactly be classified as consumer electronics e.g. portable talking toilets. It’s always interesting to read about the crazy products we have here in Asia that just don’t get as much publicity as they warrant.