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Rumor: iPhone Math Is Coming To Join iPhone 5S & iPad Mini 2

Submitted by on January 25, 2013 – 3:56 pmNo Comment

As we all are aware about the fact that Apple is coming with iPhone 5S and iPad Mini 2 in this upcoming March of 2013. There are minor modifications in iPhone 5S, but iPad Mini 2 could have Retina Display which was the major issue of iPad Mini. This was revealed at CES 2013. So this is a good news for the Apple lovers.

If you want to know about the iPad Mini then go through it :

Review: iPad Mini With Pros And Cons

Launching of a new product of Apple is like a wildfire spreading in the jungle. As we told you about the iPhone 5S and iPad Mini 2, another product which is coming to join these two products is iPhone Math. This could be the iPhone with larger display screen. This iPhone Math is coming amazing features with improved camera and display options.

 

iPhone Math is going to join the other two products iPhone 5S and iPad Mini 2. Apple decided to launch this iPhone with them, so you have to wait for sometime. iPhone Math is coming with the 12 MP camera which is gonna take your picture quality on boom.

iPhone 5 is the first smartphone of Apple which has the big display screen, so this time too Apple is not gonna increase the size as compare to iPhone 5. But the most weird thing is that why Apple is launching three products near to each other. Don’t be worry about that because Apple want to attract the consumers of both side who have different-different demands.

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The name of this iDevice is different from all the other device. But this rumor is spreading all over to the Apple fan club. If you found this article good and helpful, then share this article with your friends on social networking like Google Plus, Facebook and Twitter. For more details, stay in touch with us.

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