New iPhone Parts Leak, Show Redesigned Rear and New Dock Connector
Parts alleged to be from the subsequent generation iPhone have been leaked by mobile phone fix company UBreakiFix. This time, instead of components that don’t offer much in the way of detail — camera modules for instance — we’ve got a excellent look at the rear and bottom of the casing.
The rear of the casing is stated to be constructed from glass and metal, but the style has been subtly tweaked, and is noticeably taller than the iPhone 4S. A cutout for the camera and flash sit at the best of the situation, which in the photographs has a two-tone look, but this could be triggered by removable wrap.
A image displaying the base of the cellphone reveals many other changes. The three.5mm headphone socket has been relocated from the top to the bottom of the handset, the speaker grills are now portion of the bezel, and most importantly of all, the dock connector is significantly smaller sized.
The taller physique corresponds with rumours suggesting the new iPhone will have a 3.95″ display, which would retain the same width as the iPhone 4S, but boost in length.
A redesigned dock connector, moving away from the 30-pin connector that’s utilized on all mobile Apple products at the moment, has been rumoured considering that ahead of the release of the iPhone 4S. It’s unlikely to be very common with these upgrading from older iPhones however, as it would most likely render any accessories they very own obsolete.
Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference starts on the 11 June, exactly where it’s anticipated we’ll get our very first seem at iOS six. The unveiling of the new iPhone, what ever it ends up hunting like, most likely won’t come till September or October.