The iPhone 5 is getting closer. Sprint Nextel has now slashed the prices for the current model iPhone 4S to $50 lower. In addition, the activation fee of $36 was completely eliminated.
Sprint may have lowered the prices in anticipation of the new generation iPhone. Price cuts for Apple products are usually a sign of an imminent update of the product line. The Wall Street Journal blog All Things Digital claims to have learned that Sprint has reduced the price of the iPhone 4S with Apple’s approval.
The other U.S. mobile operators have not yet followed suit. AT & T sells the iPhone 4S continue for 199 U.S. dollars, as well as Verizon Wireless. Sprint Nextel is the third largest network operator in the United States.
There is still no official information on the new generation iPhone. Meanwhile, there are some indications that Apple is well known model of iPhone 5 on 12 September will reveal. In addition, the Japanese manufacturer Sharp has officially confirmed that the delivery of displays for the new iPhone has begun. Sharp is one of three display manufacturers for the new generation iPhone.
Apple rumored to use the iPhone 5, a new display technology, in which the touch sensors are already integrated in the LCD manufacturing process into the screen. Additional sensors and glass coating, thanks to the “in-cell touch panel” technique called redundant, which allows even thinner displays. Moreover, there is almost certain that Apple built a larger display
so far as the iPhone’s 3.5 inches.