“On the heels of photos claiming to show the front and back of Apple’s next-generation iPhone, a new video shows a close hands-on look at the parts, giving an idea of how such a device might look and feel,” AppleInsider reports.
“The video, posted on Monday by Japanese blog Macotakara, shows what are alleged to be the front glass panel and the back panel of Apple’s next iPhone, expected to launch later this year,” AppleInsider reports. “It feature the slightly taller 4-inch display that Apple is expected to adopt, as well as a headphone jack moved to the bottom of the device, and a smaller dock connector port.”
AppleInsider reports, “The front of the pictured handset retains the home button that has been on every Apple smartphone since the first iPhone launched in 2007. In the video, the user can be seen stretching their thumb from the top to the bottom of the screen, demonstrating how the larger 4-inch display can still be operated using one hand.”
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