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Code in iOS 4.3 points to A5 processor for iPhone 5?

New code found in the official release of iOS 4.3 suggests that the iPhone 5 will sport the same A5 processor as the iPad 2. 9 to 5 Mac reports that three separate versions of the iPad 2 are listed, as iPad2,1 (K93AP), iPad2,2 (K94AP), and iPad2,3 (K95AP), representing the Wi-Fi, GSM, and CDMA versions, respectively. The A5 processor is represented in the code by the moniker “S5L8940,” which the report claims also appears in the listing for the iPhone 5, which is referred to by the codename N94AP. According to the report, the A4 processor was referred to as “S5L8930.”

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Assuming that Apple itself reads these blogs(and this website), here is my thought on processors, etc.
Just release the next iphone already. Hopefully you have fixed the attena issue with the iphone 4. I currently have a 3G(still works fine) though am waiting for the iphone 5. So, release it already!

Posted by Kevin Davis on March 10, 2011 at 8:33 PM (CST)


Well, I’m sure Apple will be releasing the iPhone 5 today, seeing as Kevin wants it so bad! ;)

Posted by Clint on March 11, 2011 at 10:43 AM (CST)

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