Will The Next iPhone 5 Adapt Nano Technology?

Indeed as early as January of 2011, we have already been hearing rumors of the coming iPhone 5. Whether it excitement being created by Apple marketing experts or maybe positive anticipation based on the previous Apple product launches, talking about it sure give forums and tech geeks countless of hours of chat and talk.
Even in podcasts in iTunes, we have been seeing a great number of topics dedicated exclusively to create rumors and predict just what the next generation of the iPhone would look like and how it will perform compared to the current iPhone 4 which is by the way, doing an immaculate performance in terms of customer satisfaction and revenues. So far as compared to its predecessor, the iPhone 3GS, it was able to penetrate the Chinese market in just a few months after it world wide release not like the 3GS where Apple had to wait for several months just to start promoting in Chinese stores.
The upcoming iPhone 5 will sure to create waves in the geek community since one of the speculated rumors that has been bugging us is that the new iPhone version will be dealing heavily with Nano technology where Apple has already started to go into when they first introduced to the world the iPod Nano.
Nano technology as we know it, or think we know it involves turning extremely complex devices into tiny specks, almost microscopic in nature. The smallest so far is actually made to be used in the medical sector where researchers and scientists attempt to develop small nano machines to reach the blood stream or intestinal flora to cure certain cancers when the immune systems own Nano warriors like the phagocytes are already compromised.
In the UK, iPhone 5 insurance is already being developed by gadget insurance providers in preparation for the possible launch anytime this coming year; it is anticipated to be released this June or July of 2011, but it could be earlier because so far these are just speculations. In upcoming iPhone 5 insurance policies, we can expect some changes maybe in price and level of coverage.
Currently, insurance for smart phones cover loss and other accidental damages; as for iPhone insurance, we sure hope that it will cover loss too and accidental damages if possible, the price wouldn’t be too far from the current rates that UK Apple smart phone owners are enjoying. With that said, it sure to be an exciting year for tech world as the table PC and smartphone war continues, we can expect more innovations to make any gadget geek jump with excitement; we know because we are too!

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