iPhone 5

iPhone 5Apple has given little indication as to when they will release the next generation iPhone, which is likely to be called the iPhone 5.  Traditionally Apple announces the next generation iPhone at the World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC), but this year there was no mention of likely dates.

Following are subtopics which predictions can be made for the iPhone 5.

Launch Date

The date when the iPhone 5 is first released to the public anywhere in the world.  To make a predicion, tweet or send a direct message to @TechPoll as follows:-

@TechPoll iPhone5.LaunchDate.setPrediction(<Date>)

Where <Date> is in the format DD-MMM-YYYY (e.g. 01-Jan-2000), or MMM-DD-YYYY (e.g. Jan-01-2000).  Multiple predictions can be made, separated each by a comma (“,”),  or a range separated by a tilda (“~”).  For further information, refer to techpoll.wordpress.com/guide and techpoll.wordpress.com/twitter.

Maximum Points:  +150 / -5  (based on approx. 30 possibilities)

Actual Points:  10% ~ 100% of maximum points (based D = +1 )

Date Opened:  25th Aug 2011

Screen Size

What will be the size of the screen (diagonal dimension in inches)?  If more than one model is released, then the result will be taken as the largest screen size.  To make a predicion, tweet or send a direct message to @TechPoll as follows:-

@TechPoll iPhone5.ScreenSize.setPrediction(<Answer>) , where <Answer> is the maximum screen size in inches, to the nearest 0.1 (e.g. 3.7).  Only single answers are permitted (i.e. no multiple answers).

Maximum Points:  +25 / -5  (based on approx. 5 possibilities)

Actual Points:  10% ~ 100% of maximum points (based on D = +1 )

Date Opened:  25th Aug 2011

Form Factor

Will the iPhone 5 have the same form factor as the iPhone 4?  If more than model is released, then the question is will all models have the same form factor as the iPhone 4.  To make a predicion, tweet or send a direct message to @TechPoll as follows:-

@TechPoll iPhone5.FormFactor.setPrediction(<Answer>) , where <Answer> can be either ‘yes’ or ‘no’.

Maximum Points:  +10 / -5  (based on 2 possibilities)

Actual Points:  10% ~ 100% of maximum points (based on D = +1 )

Date Opened:  25th Aug 2011

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More subtopics to follow…..

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