“A new side-by-side comparison of iPhone 5 parts with components allegedly built for Apple’s next-generation ‘iPhone 5S’ show minor internal changes, the most significant of which is a longer ribbon cable attached to the front display,” AppleInsider reports.
“The direct comparison of front panels was published on Tuesday by Letem Svetem Applem, once again suggesting that Apple’s unannounced next-generation iPhone will sport largely the same look as the iPhone 5,” AppleInsider reports. “That’s why the rumored device has been dubbed an ‘iPhone 5S’ by media and fans, who expect the handset will sport an essentially identical design to Apple’s current flagship smartphone.”
AppleInsider reports, “Screw placement around the ‘iPhone 5S’ home button is also essentially unchanged. Rumors have repeatedly suggested that Apple plans to embed a fingerprint scanner inside the home button of its next iPhone, but so far none of the leaked parts have offered any evidence of significant hardware changes.”
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