“With schematics of an alleged low-cost iPhone now in the wild, AppleInsider offers a glimpse of what that device might look like as an actual product in this pair of high-quality 3D renderings,” Neil Hughes reports for AppleInsider.
“These 3D renders are based on the schematics shown in blueprint images that leaked earlier this week,” Hughes reports. “Major iOS accessory companies are currently high in their convictions that the leaked blue prints are indicative of the much-anticpated low-cost iPhone and are currently designing and building cases to fit this form factor.”
Hughes reports, “The speaker and microphone holes on the bottom of the device are circular, and akin to the current iPod touch design. In an interesting marriage of hardware and software, the circular openings are also similar to the new signal indicators in iOS 7.”
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[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Dan K.” for the heads up.]