As mentioned in my earlier report the cat is out of the bag. We basically know how the iPhone 5 looks like unless Apple is operating a major diversion. Now an industrial designer named Don Lehman published an excellent analyses of the leaked iPhone 5 parts. He is confirming that the parts are legit as the manufacturing of the unibody case is not trivial. He explains in detail what the new unibody iPhone design means and how Apple introduced a new antenna design.
The new iPhone 5 case has its antennas on top and bottom. The middle part is now the unibody structure including the backside. Don Lehman explains some of the other new design changes of the iPhone 5. Read the full report here. ViaMacRumors.
The new iPhone 5 is expected to be announced on September 12. The iPhone 5 sales are then to begin September 21. Rumored features of the new iPhone 5 include a larger screen, A6 CPU, iOS 6, small dock connector, 4G LTE and NFC. The overall design would not change dramatically, only the backside material is not glass anymore.
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