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iPhone 5 Images Leaked

David Court July 25, 2012
iPhone 5 Images Leaked
Leaked images of the iPhone 5 are probably number one on the web's most wanted list right now and people all over the world are a little bit excited to see what the world's most successful smartphone will look like next.

Leaked images of the iPhone 5 are probably number one on the web's most wanted list right now. It's been nearly a year since Apple last launched a smartphone, and over 25 months since the Californian tech giant launched a new design for its hugely popular iPhone. 

So it's no surprise that people all over the world are a little bit excited to see what the world's most successful smartphone will look like next.

One of the most convincing iPhone 5 image leaks was picked up by 9to5Mac. 9to5Mac report that they were sent the images of the back of the iPhone 5 [see below].  

9to5Mac are suggesting that the iPhone 5 leaked images seem to show a slightly bigger iPhone design. This estimate would back up previous rumours that the next generation Apple smartphone will boast a 3.99-inch screen with a resolution of 1136 x 640. 



The Apple news site also later received images of what the website believe the front of the iPhone 5 will look like. The design at large doesn't look a million miles away from the current iPhone 4/4S design, however there are two majors changes. First is that the iPhone 5's camera appears to have been moved to a more central location. The consensus of opinion based on these images is that the iPhone 5 will achieve the rumoured 3.99-inch screen by slightly elongating the height of the screen, while keeping the width the same size as previous generations of the iPhone.
 

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