“Apple’s next-generation iPhone 5S is widely expected to feature the same external design as its predecessor, just as previous ‘S’ upgrades have in the past,” Zach Epstein reports for BGR.
“But looks can be deceiving,” Epstein reports. “While Apple’s flagship iPhone for 2013 may appear to be the same as the iPhone 5 on the outside, the phone will feature a significant internal redesign when it launches this fall… Earlier rumors have suggested that the iPhone 5S will include several internal changes such as a faster processor, a better camera and possibly even a fingerprint scanner that makes use of Apple’s AuthenTec acquisition.”
Epstein reports, “Nothing has been confirmed at this point, but leaked photos of redesigned internal components suggest that Apple is indeed planning an internal overhaul to improve various iPhone features and likely to make room for new components as well. BGR has obtained high-quality images of several internal iPhone 5S components from a source that asked not to be identified”
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