Apple’s highly anticipated iPhone 5’s parts have been leaked! Pictures of the supposed leaked parts now published online show a couple of changes. The photo itself, posted originally by Apple.pro shows a single white front panel. The black one is just the frame flipped over.
The front panel shows that the position of the frontal camera will now change. Right now, both the iPhone 4S and iPhone 4 have the front facing camera positioned to the left of the earpiece. The leaked front panel which is purported to be for the iPhone 5 suggests that the Cupertino company is planning on changing this by moving the FaceTime camera above the earpiece; hence it will now be more centered, perhaps due to aesthetic concerns. The Home button will remain the circular button everyone has become accustomed to, at least according to these set of photos.
Earlier rumors have claimed that the upcoming iPhone will have an edge-to-edge display. However, at least according to these photos that is not happening. The display may be a little taller, claims that a 4-inch display will be seen are supported by the photo above, but the width is expected to remain unchanged.
Rumors and reports suggesting iPhone 5 has already gone into production have surfaced lately. This suggests that the iPhone 5 may be released as early as September, instead of in October/November as suggested earlier on. Aside from the larger screen, the sixth gen iPhone is also expected to be even thinner than predecessors, with a new case design as well as LTE compatibility. Not many believable rumors regarding the device’s innards have popped up as yet.