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iPhone 5G Case Suggests Thinner Bezel, New Camera Flash Placement
Also we can note a thinner bezel with an horizontal edge-to-edge display design.
But the question still, Is Apple working on “iPhone 5G” OR on an iPhone 4S?
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The case has a slot for the camera flash on the opposite side of the lens, which is rumored to receive an upgrade for the iPhone Apple will likely unveil in September.
As far as theories about the larger display go, a report from This Is My Next in April claimed Apple was working on a completely redesigned iPhone with a “teardrop design”, a larger display, a new Home button, and worldphone capabilities.
Our sources say the new model (or at least one of the new designs in testing) looks “more like the iPod touch than the iPhone 4.” The phone will be thinner than the iPhone 4, and may have a “teardrop” shape which goes from thick to thin (something along the lines of the MacBook Air profile)
It’s worth noting, however, that former Engadget editor Joshua Topolsky also said the iPad 2 would get an SD slot and an higher resolution screen — features that weren’t implemented by Apple in the final product.
Several rumors in the past months suggested Apple could release a redesigned iPhone 5 with a larger screen, NFC compatibility and a tweaked Home button design, but recently multiple sources and analysts close to “people familiar with Apple’s plans” seem to believe the next-generation iPhone will launch in September with a design similar to the iPhone 4, and upgrades to the CPU, RAM, and rear-facing camera lens.
Thanks: Alibaba, Engadget, and MacStories