The iPhone 5 is going to provide video conferencing in full HD with a HD-compliant front facing camera, and the person behind the revelation Mingchi Kuo, who works as an analyst with KGI Securities. The note that Mr. Kuo shared with the investors suggests that the iPone 5 coming in October 2012 will not only be very slim and tall but also include a superior front facing camera.
Mr. Kuo has also suggested that though the company is going to enhance the front-facing camera capability, but it would continue with the current 8 MP resolution of the primary camera on the rear. However, the rear camera will get improvements in terms of aperture, which on iPhone 5 will range from f/2.4 to f/2.2. If you are not sure what this new aperture will do to iPhone 5 cameras, then you will be glad to know that it helps capturing lighter, which ultimately plays a lot more important role in producing a vibrant picture as compared with the megapixel number.
The note further points out that the camera on iPhone 5 will shift toward the middle position, as compared to the current iPhone 4s, which has its camera left to the ear speaker. The other remarkable highlight in the note is that Apple is definitely going to pack 4-inch screen on the new iPhone 2012.
Commenting on the iPhone 5 availability date Mr. Kuo has suggested that as the iPhone 4S will complete its 12-month shelf life in October, so Apple is going to launch the new iPhone not before that. However, if you are concerned about the new iPhone 5 connectivity features, then the note also talks about the inclusion of LTE 4G radio similar with the one, the new iPad has.