Leaked IPhone Icon Leads To This New IPhone 5 Design

Posted: Sep 1 2011, 3:16am CDT | by , in Rumors | Apple

 
Leaked iPhone Icon leads to this new iPhone 5 Design

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New iPhone 5 could be shorter and still feature a larger 3.7-inch screen.

9to5Mac found a new iPhone icon in the Photo Stream beta software. The small icon had some distinct different dimensions that do not fit any current available iPhones. Now 9to5Mac followed up the interesting find with a mockup that shows what the iPhone 5 might look like based on the icon.

The new iPhone 5 could be shorter and still have a larger screen with 3.7-inch. The top and bottom areas would be dramatically narrower compared to the iPhone 4. I like what I see. The only thing is that bezel on the sides is too wide. The iPhone would look much sexier with a slimmer bezel as shown in this Sony Ericsson Phone.

The guessing of what and how the iPhone 5 is going to be will be soon over. Apple is expected to announce the new iPhone 5 and/or iPhone 4S this month.

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