The Next iPhone Powering the iPhone 5 will likely be an A5 processor, as it’s been spotted in purported photos of the next-gen model’s insides. The latest news also points to the iPhone 5 touting 1 GB of RAM, which makes for better gaming, browsing and more memory-intensive tasks. The rear-facing camera could also get a bump up from the current iPhone’s 5 megapixels to a sharper 8 megapixels. That’s the magic number for the industry currently, with Android smartphones like the Samsung Galaxy S II and Motorola Droid 3 already touting as much. Photography is key to the iPhone experience — especially with iOS-only apps like the ever-popular Instagram — and we don’t see Apple skimping out in that area.
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