iPhone 5 Could Sport 'Radical' New Look

A larger, sleeker, faster iPhone 5 is coming this September, if a fresh wave of rumors is to be believed. The latest phone from Apple will feature a brand new processor, a better camera, and could even sport a radical new look according to various media reports. Bloomberg reports that the new device will include Apple�s A5 dual core processor, the powerful chip included in the iPad 2, as well as an upgraded 8-megapixel camera, over the iPhone 4�s 5-megapixel model. The most drastic change though could come down to looks. Rumor has it that the iPhone 5 will be curvier and slimmer than its predecessor. �We have been told by a reliable source to expect a radical new design for the upcoming iPhone,� Boy Genius reported. Apple has launched a new iPhone every June at its annual developer's conference ever since the smartphone's debut. The company changed things up this year for what may have been a variety of reasons -- supply issues, the delay of the white iPhone 4, but the most likely factor is the launch of the new iOS 5 operating system which is to be released in the 3rd quarter of this year. This generally falls in line with estimates of a September launch and also correlates to production estimates, according to Chris Caso at Susquehanna Financial. "Our checks at multiple levels of the supply chain point to a one-to-two-month delay in the production start for the next-generation iPhone vs. our earlier view of a July production start.�