Awesome IPhone 5 Rendering Looks So Real It Makes You Think

Posted: Jun 14 2012, 3:56am CDT | by , Updated: Jun 14 2012, 6:02am CDT, in Rumors | Apple

Awesome iPhone 5 Rending looks so Real it Makes you Think

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You cannot trust anything you see anymore. Every leaked image can be a fake. New iPhone 5 images look like the real deal including finger prints.

A new series of iPhone 5 renders show what is possible with today's readily available 3D rendering software like Rhinoceros 3D. Martin uit Utrecht uploaded several images of a black iPhone 5 that look extremely real. He even included finger prints on the glass surface.

The rendered iPhone 5 follows the informations spread by the iPhone 5 rumor mill. Right now the iPhone would have a two tone backside not made from glass and a larger screen making it taller. The headphone is supposed to be on the bottom. The iPhone 5 is also mark the introduction of a new smaller port.

See the awesome iPhone 5 renderings on Flickr. Via 9to5Mac. More cool iPhone 5 concept renderings below.

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