This Is How IPhone 5C Works - Video

Posted: Sep 2 2013, 7:19am CDT | by , Updated: Sep 2 2013, 7:57am CDT, in Apple


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This is How iPhone 5C Works - Video

A hand-on video that went viral portrayed the iPhone 5C’s web browsing function in its first working version. It may all be a trick of the light and therefore rumor or it may be for real.

A Chinese site displayed what appeared to be the one and only Apple iPhone 5C in its working order. The device was shown functioning smoothly on iOS 7 Safari. While the video was shoddy and didn’t depict the gadget in all its clarity, it did give away enough graphic information to let the world know some of the vital stats regarding the gizmo. Where matters of genuineness are concerned nothing can be said since the eyes are a deceptive medium.

However, it is a very manually meaningful video which shows the handset being put together and brought into electronic action. The hazy quality is the only drawback of the leaked picture preview.

Lasting for barely less than a minute, the device has a red or pink shell formed from polymer material. This was as expected and there were no surprises in this matter. At first glance you can only make out the lit up back screen. Greater scrutiny leads one to detect an ear speaker and forward-facing camera.

The Safari app is visible through it all. It seems to be running on a Wi-Fi connection. All the rest of the specifications are smoothly performing their functions as per schedule. The design looks familiar. It resembles Apple’s present iPhone. The launch date has been set sometime in September.

Source: C Technology via AppleInsider

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