An analyst for Rodman & Renshaw has speculated that Apple’s iPhone 5 will be a 4G device that supports LTE (Long Term Evolution). Aside from 4G connectivity, the analyst claims that Qualcomm is expected to be the chip supplier for a future Verizon CDMA iPhone and also the iPhone 5, instead of Infineon, which is the current supplier for the iPhone’s 3G chip. Finally, it was also mentioned that Apple would be expected to release a second-generation iPad with a 7-inch display and front- and rear-facing cameras by early 2011. Will all of this turn out to be accurate? Only time (and Apple) will tell.
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