how much will the iphone 5 cost?

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  1. profile image51
    JMaraghiposted 7 years ago

    how much will the iphone 5 cost?

    WHAT WILL THE DIFFERENCES BE FROM THE IPHONE 4?

  2. Right On Time profile image67
    Right On Timeposted 7 years ago

    Waayyy more than it's worth.                      .                            .

  3. AndroidSuperFan profile image60
    AndroidSuperFanposted 7 years ago

    probably the same exact amount the iPhone 4 is right now. The better question is how much will the iPhone 4 drop to when 5 comes out?

  4. Clandestine profile image78
    Clandestineposted 7 years ago

    Standard pricing. Just like IPhone 4

  5. supplies expert profile image59
    supplies expertposted 7 years ago

    iPhone 5 will have 4g, it will probably do something to upgrade the camera, memory, battery life, and they better do something about the audio quality, because when you talk into it and when you try to listen to it, the sound quality is terrible.  Otherwise, what else can they do?  Make it smaller i suppose.  Maybe change up the OS a little bit to make it work better on some applications.  With 4G speeds you could probably facetime without a WiFi connection, and that'd be cool. 

    Other than that I really don't know what the iPhone 5 will offer that the 4 doesn't.  Nothing too exciting, but people will be ecstatic about it as they always are.

  6. adeang profile image60
    adeangposted 7 years ago

    I would say $200 base and $300 for increased memory. The iPhone 5 will not likely have 4G LTE as this isnt supposed to be ready until around January. The iPhone 5 will likely have the A5 processor currently in the iPad 2, an 8 megapixel camera, and according to some recent leaks the iPhone 5 will have a larger screen and may be thinner. Analysts have talked about a tapered back design, which would look something like the macbook air meaning the back would get slimmer towards the bottom and make it easier to hold.

    iOS 5 and iCloud will also be released with the iPhone 5, which will allow wireless syncing, automatic updates for apps, and all iOS 5 devices will stay updated with one another. For example if you take a photo on your iPhone 5 with the new camera app, which lets you take pictures from the lock screen, the photo would appear on your iPad and iPod Touch is they have iOS 5. There are a slew of new features being added through software and my guess is there will be some interesting hardware features as well.

 
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