iPhone 4S will 8MP camera from OmniVision, no LTE

New day, new rumor about the next iPhone, but this time the information comes from a reputable source – Digitimes, citing internal sources in Taiwan. According to them, the next iPhone will enter production in August, not July, as argued before, it will have 8-megapixel camera provided by OmniVision, instead of Sony. According to the information production of the iPhone 4 is already decreased in order to ensure smooth transition to production of the iPhone 4S. Although a little late start of production is expected next-generation smartphones to be sold starting in September.

Digitimes projections coincide with previous rumors that claim the new model of iPhone will not support 4G LTE networks. According to the information problem of the manufacturer Qualcomm, which does not have adequate capacity for LTE chips. Furthermore, Apple is not willing to compromise on product design for LTE chips, which means you can expect the iPhone with 4G opportunities no earlier than 2012. And although September is too far, after a few days Apple is expected to present something related for the anniversary of their stores, so stay tuned for more news.

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