Less than one year since the release of the highly anticipated iPhone 5, Apple is already gearing up for the iPhone 5s. No, this is not surprising. Rumors report a late September 2013 launch date.
The question is always, “How will the next 1/2 generation set itself a part from the 1st?” The iOS7 software suggests that the 5s could include a new “Mogul” camera mode, which offers video recording at a rate of 120 frames-per-second. In a world where many use their cell phone as a professional camera and camcorder: this matters to many consumers.
The camera can capture video at 120FPS, which can create slow motion films. Separate from the gadget improvements; According to a report from China Business News, Apple’s main manufacturing partner Foxconn has begun using the services of a recruitment firm to boost hiring at its Zhengzhou plant in China. The report say that approximately 210,000 people currently work in Foxconn’s Zhengzhou facility, down from a peak of 300,000 last summer ahead of the iPhone 5′s debut. With the production for the 5s, this should increase employment.