We have been hearing so many rumors concerning the iPhone 5. Some are more realistic than others but it is always fun to know what words are going around and the fantasies people are having about the next generation iPhone. Today, we have something a little bit more than just unreliable chitchat talks.
Yes! It is what it looks like! The pictures above are leaks of the backplate of the sixth generation iPhone device! It looks very neat. Doesn’t it?
By the looks of it, Apple has chosen to manufacture the iPhone 5 using a single piece Aluminum alloy and not the rumored liquidmetal which makes it look pretty much like Apple’s unibody design for notebook chassis.
The picture also implies that the next iPhone will feature a thinner chassis and a small, rounded dock connector.
Here is what 9to5Mac reported:
From what we can see, the part does follow a lot of the rumors and speculation. For instance, you can see the smaller dock connector at the bottom and it appears thinner overall. We’re told that the extra space on the bottom is used by Apple to enhance the speakers which will be louder and of a higher quality than the current iPhone. The supplier says the back plate is one piece anchored by an aluminium alloy (not liquidmetal).
This picture was originally published by an iPhone repair company called iFixyouri. However, no one can guarantee whether these pictures belong to the expected iPhone to launch or whether it belongs to one of the prototypes Apple manufactures to put off leaks. Well, I’d have to say that if this is what the next iPhone will look like then I just love the design. Also the fact that the speakerphones will finally be enhanced is another plus to the device! It is about time that Apple makes some significant improvements on its iPhones’ speakers; don’t you think?
Folks at MacRumors also released two shots of what they claim to be the next generation iPhone parts. However, these blurry pictures that were released originally by uBreakiFix.com, lack the sense of authenticity. For one thing, they got the spacing and the font type for the word “iPhone” all wrong.
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