Updated 19 Jun, 2013, 9:20 pm IST
Photo of iPhone 5 and its premium metal case emerges
| by Aaron Almeida |
With the iPhone 5 set to launch in the next few hours we expect leaks from various sources aiming to get a share of the spotlight from Apple before it officially unveils its next generation smartphone in San Francisco today. The latest snippet of information comes via GSMArena that has sourced an image of the next iPhone from a website called Digitallife.
The person who posted the video stated that this is a prototype of the Apple iPhone 5. He also lists some of the details regarding the externals of the device. What he mentions is nothing new for those who have been following up closely with the leaks pertaining to this handset. In the video, he compares the prototype of the iPhone 5 alongside an iPhone 4S and shows that the new handset is a lot larger than the current flagship smartphone.
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