Jon Fingas of Engadget has reported on a new and interesting Apple patent application with the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. The patent describes the way the iPhone Nexgen the rear housing cover to remove and install a camera swap-capable object. iPhone users could modify the iPhone camera to a DSLR camera with an SLR lens.
For a year, there remains a rock solid rumor on the Internet. The next iPhone is a close-range radio chip (NFC) have, to support the electronic payments via the iPhone. And indeed there since the last developer conference WWDC serious indications of a fully developed e-payment system for the iPhone. Apple has introduced a new iOS app, the “Pass Book” (savings account) is called.Coupled with the location data of the user can inform the app as an airline of the arrival of the user at the airport.
Although the app at the idea of the new MacBook Pro series and the new Apple Maps iOS 6 as part of the WWDC 2012 received little attention, called Mark Moskowitz of JP Morgan, the app is one of the highlights of the WWDC Keynote. The “Pass Book” app could be the precursor to what many expect the new iPhone as iPay for fifth
In his arch rival Samsung S3 Galaxy smartphone integrates an NFC chip that is associated with the Google Wallet service. Apple may follow suit here, the iPhone 5, however, could choose a pure software-sided approach. Until now make NFC-based mobile payments are only a small fraction of all mobile money transactions. PayPal uses for example in its mobile payment app to check barcode information to make payments in shops. Apple could use this approach with the new iPhone 5 as well, which is convenient for the customer.