Leaked IPhone 5 Parts A Diversion?

Posted: May 30 2012, 9:33am CDT | by , in Rumors | Apple

 
Leaked iPhone 5 Parts a Diversion?

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Apple CEO Tim Cook said yesterday that Apple is doubling down on secrecy. Yet we are looking at all case parts for the new iPhone 5. Are these an intentional leak?

Apple has always been secretive about their upcoming products. This will not change under Tim Cook. At the All Things D Conference he said that the company is doubling down on secrecy. In the light of that statement the alleged iPhone 5 backside and front parts that surfaced this week look questionable.

9to5Mac has several photos of the white and black backside and the front parts of what is supposed to be the upcoming iPhone 5. The parts show rumored features like larger 4-inch screen, small dock, headphone jack on the bottom, and unibody backside without glass. Everything looks reasonable, but also not really exciting. The overall design of the iPhone 5 is not different from the current iPhone 4S if these parts are real.

If the parts are real than we already know how the iPhone 5 looks like about 4 months ahead of the release. And what about the secrecy?

What is your take? Are these parts legit or a diversion?

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