IPhone 5 Is Only 7.6mm Thin

Posted: Aug 9 2012, 9:04am CDT | by , in Rumors | Apple

 
iPhone 5 is only 7.6mm Thin

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iPhone 5 is rumored to be 1.7mm thinner than the iPhone 4S.

Here is a new iPhone 5 rumor that would be a major selling point if true. Newspaper Taiwan Apple Daily issued a story with the measurements of the iPhone 5. The iPhone 5 measurements are supposed to be 123.83 x 58.6 x 7.6mm. Compare to that the iPhone 4S measurements of 115.2 x 58.6 x 9.3mm. The iPhone 5 would be a stunning 1.7mm thinner than the iPhone 4S.

Now if Apple manages to pack 4G LTE, NFC and a decent battery in this thin enclosure the iPhone 5 will be indeed magical.

Via Apple.Pro.

The new iPhone 5 is expected to be announced on September 12. The iPhone 5 sales are then to begin September 21. Rumored features of the new iPhone 5 include a larger screen, A6 CPU, iOS 6, small dock connector, 4G LTE and NFC. The overall design would not change dramatically, only the backside material is not glass anymore. More iPhone 5 Rumors.

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