IPhone 5C Logic Board Show Similarities To IPhone 5S In Leaked Photos

Posted: Sep 9 2013, 6:10am CDT | by , in Apple


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iPhone 5C Logic Board Show Similarities to iPhone 5S in Leaked Photos

Certain leaked photos of the upcoming iPhone 5C show some similarities to the iPhone 5S. Though the eyes can deceive, there does appear to be a striking resemblance in the logic board circuitry of both the handsets.

Appleā€™s iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S are to be unveiled at the media extravaganza that will be taking place next Tuesday. And with the actual event just a few days away, there are bound to be rumors and lies (as well as some nuggets of truth in between). The rumor mill is grinding at full swing and anything that gets in its way is cut down and processed to pap.

The leaked photos and news snippets that come our way are so many that it is hard to verify what is true and what is false. The most up-to-date data to reach the shoals of cyberspace is an exploded version of the iPhone 5C. Both front and back sides were shown in the series of surreptitiously leaked photographs.

Besides the first series of photographs there were a second series of pictures that got leaked on the Chinese website Sina Weibo. These too showed the forefront and rear end. The most interesting thing of all was the fact that the logic board of the iPhone 5C was the very spitting image of the iPhone 5S.

Previous leaks had shown some resemblances, but this time around the leaks revealed extreme inner compatibility. Almost everything about the inner details was the same. While the iPhone 5S is far more sophisticated than the iPhone 5C the leaked photos show the facts to be otherwise.

Source: CTechCN via AppleInsider

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