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iPhone 5 Rumor Roundup Video Predicts Likelihood of New Features

by Killian Bell | August 11, 2011August 11, 2011 6:30 am PDT

As we get closer to the highly anticipated September launch of the iPhone 5, rumors surrounding the device’s new features continue to spread like wildfire. There’s so many, in fact, that even those of us who write about them are struggling to keep up. Thankfully, this iPhone 5 rumor roundup video from NowhereElse.fr rolls them all into an awesome two-minute clip to help you keep track.

Not only does the video highlight the features previously rumored to be making their way to Apple’s fifth-generation iPhone, but it also predicts the likelihood of each feature by assigning it a percentage. For example, the possibility of a bigger screen, according to NowhereElse.fr, is 95%, whereas the possibility of a new device without a home button is just 20%.

I have to agree with most of the video’s predictions. I’m not sure you can give some features a 100% probability rating until they’re officially announced by Apple, but I think it’s likely we’ll see a slightly bigger screen, Apple’s dual-core A5 processor, an improved rear camera, and more RAM. I’m also a huge fan of the iPhone 5 design mockup in this video; if the real device looks anything like this I’ll be one happy customer.

What do you think of this video’s predictions?

[via 9to5 Mac]


Killian Bell

Killian Bell is a 20-something technology journalist based in a tiny town in England. He has an obsession with that little company in Cupertino...

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