Apple's next iPhone hasn't even been announced yet by the company, but the firmly guarded secret handset is constantly the main talk of the tech gossip world through various rumors surfacing in the tech media world without a day miss.
While a lot of ‘iPhone 5 related’ things are getting leaked online including new antenna connections, battery, LTE support, Mini dock connector and the alleged Motherboard, the latest rumored report has come from UBreakiFix, an Apple repair service shop, which has leaked the full front panel of the sixth generation iPhone to its distributors.
One of the pictures, show that the next iPhone will have a 4 inch display retaining the same pixel density as the iPhone 4S. The other picture is a zoomed one, that shows the serial numbers and the LCD connector.
The Cupertino tech titan will be incorporating a larger 4 inch display in the iPhone 5, but the question is what will fill the extra space? The vertical pixel count of the iPhone 5 is increased to 1,136, while the horizontal count is the same 640. This hints that the additional real estate will be have more apps on the homescreen, as compared with the iPhone 4S.
Slotted for the September launch, iPhone 5 is also in talks to incorporate 4G LTE, NFC, a front-facing camera and a mini dock connector featuring only 9 pins. Moreover, rumors are also rife that iPhone 5 will go up on the pre order on the same ‘launch’ day (September 12).