The iPhone 4S debuted to a disappointing reception, with naysayers criticizing it for doing little other than a faster processor, an improved camera, Siri, and the debut of the iCloud storage service.
Here are the Top 5 things we want to see in the iPhone 5
Memory Overload – The iPhone 4S comes in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB versions. Isn't it time to double it to 128GB?
Android style home screen – The iPhone 4S has been criticized for minor usability issues, such as push notifications that pop up on screen center and the lack of “at-a-glance” information the Android is known for. Streamlining the iPhone5 to include customizable widgets and check voice mail and email with a quick swipe from the lock screen would improve UI significantly.
Flash! – Flash support has been wanted since the first iPhone. Don't count on it anytime soon.
Bigger screen – Increasing it from 3.5” to 4.0" as is on most Android devices would greatly improve visibility and the drawing power of its applications.
4G – Mega smart phones Samsung Galaxy S and the HTC Evo have already incorporated lightning fast data through 4G. Our prediction: the iPhone 5 will carry 4G LTE.
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