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iPhone 5 rumors rollup in the week ending April 28: release date, ultra-thin, home button and others

by Nicole
April 27, 2012 at 3:29 pm

InRumor offers you a recap of this week’s iPhone 5 rumors.

New mockups present 4-inch iPhone 5

The new mockups, posted by 9to5mac, show an iPhone sporting the same aspect ratio as the one on the iPhone 4S, but a larger 4-inch screen device.

The first three mockups come from design student Daniel Bautista. The concept appears to have a stretched screen and less bezel.

The other image is from, a German site that imagined a slimmer, curvier iPhone 5.

iPhone 5 home buttons will look different

According to Apple Bitch, black and white home buttons for the next iPhone are available through Chinese supplier TVC-Mall in the category of iPhone 5 replacement parts on the website.

The site writes that the buttons basically have the same design as the ones on the iPhone 4/4S, except the square piece around the button has more surface area.

These home buttons suggest that the next iPhone will be a redesigned model, different from the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S.

Ultra-thin iPhone 5 thanks to in-cell technology

Now, KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has issued a report based on rumors that the next-generation iPhone will use thinner in-cell technology for multi-touch display. The analyst believes that the iPhone is likely to be the slimmest one yet.

Currently, the iPhone 4S has a thickness of 9.3 mm, while some Android competitors have reached a thicknesses of about 7 to 8 mm.

Used in conjunction with Apple’s upcoming switch to in-cell touch panels, the LiquidMetal tech and a redesigned battery, the technology could help the company cut 0.44 mm off the thickness of the new iPhone.

Sprint to maintain unlimited data plans for next iPhone

Sprint Nextel Chief Executive Dan Hesse told CNET that the carrier will will continue to stick with its unlimited data plans for its next LTE products even if the next iPhone offers 4G LTE support.

“I’m not anticipating the unlimited plan would change by that point [when the next iPhone ships]. That’s our distinctive differentiator,” he told the site.

Hesse believes that the decision will attract new customers to the carrier.

iPhone 5 not likely at Apple’s WWDC to take place June 11-15

Apple’s annual Worldwide Developer Conference will take place June 11-15 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, the company has announced.

The event will focus on iOS and OS X Mountain Lion software, which Apple has promised to release later in the summer.

Although there is no official announcement regarding an upgrade to the iOS, if Apple sticks to tradition, we may see a new version at the June event this year.

A Nano version of the iPhone 5?

According to the China Times, Apple has an iPhone “Nano” in the works in its supply chain. The iPhone Nano is said to be a low-cost version of the next iPhone.

The device targets smartphone users who want an Apple phone but are not willing to spend too much cash on it.

According to the report, the model will be released at the same time the iPhone 5 is launched in October.

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