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iPhone 5 rumors: new leaked images of the rumored iPhone 5 case surface

by Nicole
May 29, 2012 at 3:15 pm

Soon after iFixYouri published images of leaked parts, new pics of the possible case of the iPhone 5 appeared on the net.

The news images were obtained by Engadget via the “historically reliable” repair firm uBreakiFix.

9to5Mac claimed to have images of the next iPhone front and back panels.

The images showed a smaller dock connector at the bottom of the phone on a thinner and larger smartphone.

uBreakiFix later posted pics of a part that look similar to those from iFixYouri.

It seems that Apple really wanted to produce a case of 3 pieces, one of an alloy and probably two glass and the device would have a screen with a diagonal of at least 4 inches.

The new images show an iPhone featuring a much smaller dock connector and a headphone jack on the bottom of the device.

MacRumors also noted that the font on the backplate looks different, possibly due to space added between the letters.

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