Updated 23 May, 2013, 4:07 pm IST
Next iPhone may be 2mm thinner than iPhone 4S
| by Aaron Almeida |
The biggest news of the day has undoubtedly been the unveiling of the latest smartphone from Samsung, their Galaxy S III. The handset boasts of features that could certainly leave the current competition in the market biting the dust. The biggest competition to this Android smartphone is believed to be the next generation iPhone, aka the iPhone 5. Like the rumours surrounding the Galaxy S III prior to its launch, there have been countless rumours surrounding the next flagship smartphone from Apple. The latest bit of information comes from iLounge, wherein sources have informed them that the new iPhone will feature a 4-inch screen, metal rear, a smaller dock connector and will be around 10mm longer and 2mm slimmer than the current generation iPhone 4S.
The new dimensions based on rumours
Prior to the announcement of the iPhone 4S, there had been a lot of talk floating around stating that the iPhone 4S will feature a curved back, giving it a look similar to that of the iPod Touch. However, with this bit of information, that rumour stands in doubt.
Will be 2mm thinner?
New dock connector expected to arrive on the next iPhone
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