The iPhone 5 has surfaced in some beautiful new mockup photos that depict what the device might look like clasped inside of a hand.
Assuming that the iPhone 5 is somewhat close to this in size and appearance, the photos show the scale of the new design that Apple might be releasing with its next iPhone.
These mockups seem to incorporate many of the rumored features that are said to be included with the new iPhone 5.
We see the metal backing with the two pieces of glass above it, something that our exclusive engineering samples seem to point to, and we see the face time camera now in the center of the device, right above the speaker, as has been rumored.
This iPhone 5 also seems to be taller, again something that has been rumored and may have been confirmed by iOS 6. We also get a look at the new dock connector as well, something else Apple is rumored to be including with the new iPhone.
Of course, these are just renders and might not be anywhere close to the real thing.
iPhone 5 Release Date
As of right now, the iPhone 5 is slated to launch at an event on September 12th, Multiple outlets have pegged that as the iPhone 5’s launch event date and thus far, there is nothing that says otherwise.
It’s release date is pegged for September 21st, just a few short days after the announcement.
If true, this means that iOS 6 will be out for owners of the various other Apple devices in September as well.
iPhone 5 Features
As for the iPhone 5 itself, it is rumored to include a 4-inch display, 4G LTE capabilities, NFC support and 1GB of RAM tucked inside of its design as well as a quad-core processor.
It’s also rumored to have a thin design – possibly sub-8mm, a metal backing instead of a glass one and a high-definition front-facing camera for improved video chat.
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