Leaked iPhone 5 is a Cheap Mass Market Smartphone?
Recent reports of iPhones assembled with leaked third party parts show a new iPhone that hasn't any advancements in terms of overall design. Apple is even seen to use a less precious backside material for the iPhone 5. The most remarkable new features is the bigger screen. Before the iPhone 4S came out there was lots of chatter of Apple releasing two new iPhones. One mass market smartphone and another flagship iPhone with new design.
Is Apple going to surprise with the release of two iPhones? Or is Apple thinking the new bigger screen is enough to get people lined up? I for my part think its too less of an advancement. I think Apple could do more on the industrial design of the iPhone and I have a little hope that we are in for a big surprise and Jonathan Ivy came up with something unique. I have seen enough of the iPhone 4 design. It is time for a radical upgrade.
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