Recently, the next-generation iPhone and the rumored “iPad Mini” have been the topic of discussion related to Apple news. One of the more interesting rumors involves Apple’s proprietary dock connector. All previous and current generations of iOS-based devices have featured a 30-pin connector. However, this year, it’s rumored that Apple…
Last week, images of the proposed next-generation iPhone’s nano-SIM tray, along with the alleged home button were leaked by Nowhereelse. Today, a repair firm by the name of SmartPhone Medic uploaded a video compassion between various next-generation iPhone parts and the corresponding iPhone 4S components.
According to Nowhereelse, a Chinese forum by the name of WeiPhone has leaked two pictures of what they’re claiming to be the “iPhone 5′s” logic board. A key component in the iPhone, the logic board connects the processor and other chips that enable the device to properly function.
With Apple’s iPhone media event rumored to be held on September 12th, there have been no shortage of rumors pertaining to the “iPhone 5″. Love it or hate it, one primary design has been the focal point for the plethora of rumors surrounding the next-genertion device.
Welcome to the one-hundredth episode of my series entitled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In this episode I discuss the leaked next-generation “iPhone 5″ images and parts, recent rumors iOS 6 beta 4 and more.
After numerous leaks pertaining to the “new iPhone”, today Nowhereelse posted images of what they’re claiming is the connector end of the USB that’s compatible with the next-generation iPhone.
Following numerous “iPhone 5″ part leaks (including the proposed SIM tray, home button and, more recently, information pertaining to a smaller “9pin” dock connector), Nowhereelse has recently posted comparison charts of alleged “iPhone 5″ parts and corresponding parts from its predecessors.
In February of 2012, iMore was the first to suggest that Apple’s next-generation “iPhone 5″ will feature a smaller, redesigned dock connector. Now, with similar reports populating influential and reputable areas of the blogosphere, including all of the recent leaks, iMore’s preliminary report bears more merit.