Powered by the new Apple A6 CPU (specs unknown yet) the handheld is, according to EA and Apple, able to put out Console quality 3D graphics.
The new iPhone is featuring GSM, UMTS/HSPA+ (up to 42.2mbit) as well as LTE, BlueTooth 4 and Wi-Fi 802.11n boosting wireless connection up to 150mbit. The iSight camera stays at 8-megapixel but get improved sensors and stabilization. The front FaceTime camera is now a 1.2mbit (720p) HD cam.
There seems to be huge improvements on Battery since with all the upgraded features and even some really power-hungry stuff like LTE, the new iPhone is supposed have a overall better run time then the 4S.
According to Apple you can talk up to 8 hours, surf 8 hours on LTE, 10 on Wi-Fi and watch Videos for 10 hours. Standby is up to 225 hours.
This all comes in a really gorgeous crafted case that is 20% lighter and 18% thinner then the iPhone 4S.
For the first time since the introduction of the orginal iPod Apple is changing the Dock connector, the new one called "Lighting" is smaller and, which is really great, reversible. If you own already devices you plug-in via the dock connector don't fear; an adapter will be available
EarPods, Apples in-ear headphones got an upgrade as well and are supposed to be actually great this time.
Ordering starts on September 21th.