“We’ve been hearing a lot of rumors about a new plastic iPhone due to arrive later this year, dubbed the ‘low-cost iPhone’ by some, and a video posted by DetroitBORG on YouTube (via AmongTech) shows the new rear shell of the plastic iPhone, which is expected to replace the existing iPhone 4 and 4S models already on sale,” James Cull reports for MacRumors.
“In the video, Mike from DetroitBORG walks through the various features of the new rear shell and speculates on what features the new ‘low-cost iPhone’ will have,” Cull reports. “While the shell appears to be essentially identical to one that leaked earlier this month, the video offers a good comparison between the shell and several of Apple’s other iOS devices, including the iPhone 3GS, the iPhone 5, and the fifth-generation iPod touch.”
Read more in the full article here.
[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Edward W.” for the heads up.]
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