With analysts expecting that Apple will unveil its next generation iPhone in less than a month, speculation is mounting with regard to what the iPhone 5S will deliver.
KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo went on record with investors last night to effectively confirm what the iPhone 5S will deliver (assuming his supply chain and manufacturing sources are correct).
As widely rumored, the iPhone 5S will feature 128GB of on-board flash memory.
Additionally, we’re told that the color options on the new device will be broad and diverse, with gold being among the color options coming next month.
Kuo’s sources indicate that the iPhone 5S will deliver a new A7 system-on-chip design (w/ 1GB of LPDDR3 RAM) as well as the long-awaited fingerprint sensor in the home button.
Along with the usual camera improvements, it doesn’t appear that the rumor mill is leaving much else to the imagination. In fact, the biggest mystery surrounding the purported September 10th Apple media event is whether Apple will also use the opportunity to unveil the so-called plastic iPhone known as the “iPhone 5C.”