According to a report from Nowhereelse, the same report that suggests Apple will adopt the new nano-SIM standard, the next-generation iPhone will feature a newly designed home button.
Two months ago, in June, it was reported that the European Telecommunications Institute (ETSI) adopted a new standard for the next-generation of SIM cards, dubbed nano-SIMs.
Welcome to the ninety-ninth episode of my series entitled BestTechInfo and Rumors! In this episode I discuss the latest series of next-generation “iPhone 5″ leaks, the device’s unveiling event date p0sixninja leaving the Chronic Dev Team and more.
Recently, numerous websites have obtained different, alleged next-generation iPhone parts that share the same design and build quality. Only days ago, a hands-on video was release of what was supposedly the next-generation iPhone’s housing and other parts.
Last July, Apple filed a patent for what was referred to as 3D gesturing. Now, over a year later, PatentlyApple reports that the US Patent and Trademark Office has granted the company the rather obscure and somewhat futuristic patent.
With all of the recent “leaks” pertaining to the next-generation iPhone, related to both hardware and information, one thing that has yet to be pinned down: the date of its unveiling.
After yesterday’s “iPhone 5″ back housing and parts were leaked by iLab, Macotakara created a short hands-on video with some of the same parts. The video, embedded below, provides more angels of the housing and an accurate representation of how the next-generation iPhone may look when held.
A Japanese site by the name of iLab recently publicized high-definition photos of what they’re claiming to be Apple’s next-generation iPhone (two of which are featured above and below).