The endless rumors and speculations over the much-hyped iPhone5 and the possibility of twin iPhone releases has left most people in a fix regarding the authenticity of news floating in from everywhere.
In an attempt to know what people think and to get closer to the truth Mashable.com conducted an online poll for all those inquisitive techies who are still pondering about several things related to the iPhone5 and its release.
The recent poll suggests that the first thing that most people want to know is the actual release date of the iPhone5. Approximately 50 percent of the respondents believe in the rumor that Apple will release the iPhone5, along with the iPhone4S, at its much-talked about media event to be held at its Cupertino campus on Tuesday. However, 37 percent believe it will launch only the iPhone5.
With the rumors floating around about the iPhone's specifications, an overwhelming 95 percent believe it will have an upgraded camera, while 88 percent believe the iPhone5 to have iPad’s A5 dual-core chip.
Moving on, while Apple has made no official announcement about any specifications, 76 percent of vigilant techies polled still expect it to have system-wide voice interaction.
About the design of the iPhone5, images of whose cases were earlier leaked and whose cases are now available for purchase at AT&T retail stores, 47 percent expect it to have a radical new teardrop-shaped cross-section, inspired by the MacBook Air,” while 38 percent believe it will retain a “similar shape and size to the iPhone4.”
Most people are still busy anticipating elements of the look, its features, the possibility of Near Field Communications (NFC) chip, the display and the USP of the device, while others are busy investigating the possibility of a link between Apple’s event on Tuesday and a press conference, on the same date and time, by Adobe.
Until now Apple has remained completely tight-lipped about any details regarding the iPhone5. Tuesday's event, however, is surely the right time to clear all these rumors and finally put an end to all the theories and speculation.
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