Unlike most video leaks from Chinese tech news sites -- in this case, Vgoo.com -- we can vouch for this one. It matches a working iPhone 5 model we've seen independently, via sources very close to the production process.
It's entirely possible that the video features a fake iPhone 5 -- but if so, it's a very good fake. Again, in its particulars, it matches the model we've seen.
The video shows the iPhone 5 booting up, until halted by an iOS6 error, at a slightly faster speed than its predecessor, the 4S.
You'll note the larger, letterbox-style screen on the iPhone 5, which should come as no surprise to anyone who's been watching the rumor mill. Bu… Continue reading...