Leaked iPhone 5 parts fit nicely into supposed frame
iResQ, an Apple gadgets repairing company, decided to try and assemble a dock connector and headphone jack cable into a supposed, early-build, next-gen iPhone frame. The two fitted perfectly meaning that the leaked parts could in fact be part of the iPhone 5.
It seems the pre-aligned screw holes inside the new iPhone frame fit perfectly. On the pictures you see an incomplete built because the casing that iResQ has isn't a final version and there are still parts missing from it. Like the speaker, for example, which should reside at the bottom next to the 3.5 mm headphones jack and the dock connector.
The rumored iPhone 5 features a 3.5 mm headphone jack at the bottom, alongside a smaller 19-pin dock connector (currently it's a 30-pin one), a bigger display, a new design, and will run the latest iOS 6.
Snore. Sorry I drifted off there. I really don't see what the big fervor is about. It has a 4" screen meaning it's now approaching a decent size. It'll have a slightly better camera blah blah blah. I'm just over Apple in a big way.
- 2012-08-26 12:00
It seems that the latest designer in the world died last year :D
- 2012-08-23 16:17
What makes you say I have never won an award? Because I stated that winning an award for making 30 million sales, is something I could live without, if I had a product with over 100 million sales? Sounds like you've never even been in the r...
- 2012-08-23 16:15