Dummy images show off Apple's new, slimmed down iPhone 5
We’re a mere 24 hours away from what is promising to be the biggest reveal in smartphone history – that of Apple’s iPhone 5 -- and we’re still getting great, leaked information to give us the best idea of what we can look forward to seeing at Wednesday’s event.
Most recently, more high quality images of ‘dummy’ models of the device have emerged, which highlight just how slim and sleek the new device will look when it’s finally unveiled in San Francisco tomorrow.
At just 7.6mm the device is going to be even thinner than the company’s current flagship, the 4S. That’s some achievement when you factor in all the new goodies that Apple is rumored to have crammed inside, such as LTE connectivity, NFC support and new camera tech.
In addition to those new features users can reportedly look forward to a device made of new and improved materials boasting a larger screen, beefed up battery and the new, miniaturized dock connector – and we wouldn’t bet against Apple throwing us a couple of curveballs too, just for kicks.
The dummy images were picked up over at iMore, and those guys stress that they aren’t indicative of a finished product, rather they’re a pattern for accessory manufacturers to follow when producing stuff for the upcoming device. So don’t be put off by the lack of finish, because these snaps are merely a hint of shape and size – and so far we like what we see.