“A new picture claims to show trays of batteries intended for Apple’s next flagship iPhone fresh off the assembly line, once again suggesting large scale production of the device could begin in the near future,” AppleInsider reports.
“The photo was published on Friday by Nowhereelse.fr, and is just the latest in a series of leaks claiming to show components from Apple’s so-called ‘iPhone 5S,'” AppleInsider reports. “The company is widely expected to launch its next iPhone in September or October, about a year after the debut of the iPhone 5.”
Appleinsider reports, “It is expected that an ‘iPhone 5S’ will feature largely the same design as the current iPhone 5, with the most obvious external change being a new dual LED camera flash for improved low-light photos… Perhaps the biggest mystery, however, is whether the next iPhone will include the much-rumored fingerprint sensor under the home button.”
Read more, and see the photo, in the full article here.