iPhone 5S rumors

The Latest iPhone 5S Rumors: NFC and Finger Tip Technology

Here at Switch Wireless, our main goal is keeping the Bradenton and Sarasota region up-to-date on the latest iPhone 5S rumors. Today, the smart phone Internet crowd has been anticipating Near Field Communication (NFC) and finger tip sensors technology for the iPhone 5S.

Near Field Communication and Finger Tip Sensors Technology

The on-screen fingertip sensor’s purpose is to enhance the NFC technology, which is used for mobile payment processing. Mobile payment methods commonly use NFC technology as a means for data transfer between a devise and a NFC chip. The fingertip sensor will be located on the iphone screen creating elevated security for mobile payments and other security-crucial applications.…

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How the iPhone 5S Will Change Your Life

According to MacRumors, the highly anticipated iPhone 5S is expected to be launched by Apple in June or July of 2013.  Even though the world was just introduced to the massively popular iPhone 5, it seems as though we need to get ready for the next big thing, the iPhone 5S.  The iPhone continues to be one of the most popular smartphones on the planet.  This is largely due to its ease of use and functionality.  Every new iPhone promises to make our mundane, daily routine tasks easier and easier. Here are six possible ways the brand new iPhone 5S will change your life:

iPhone 5S: Brand New Super HD Camera/Screen

The brand new iPhone 5S will come with a super HD camera and screen according to reports circulating around the Internet.  The current version of the iPhone, the iPhone 5, offers customers an 8 megapixel camera, a 1.2 MP FaceTime Camera and a 4-inch Retina display.  Any improvement to this would be extraordinary and would allow Apple fans to take even better pictures and videos.

iPhone 5S: New and Improved Battery

Some analysts are predicting the brand new iPhone 5S will have a new and improved battery.  The iPhone 5 currently offers 8 hours of talk time on 3G, 8 hours of browsing time on LTE and 225 hours of standby time.  This will be a welcome addition as iPhone’s are notoriously bad at keeping a charge.  This means you won’t need to bring your iPhone charger, extra battery pack or car changer with you everywhere you go!…