New pictures of Apple's iPhone5S are published right from its plant.
The photos show the front as well as rear panels of the pre-production version of the upcoming device. These pictures give us a vague idea of the size of the phone. Considering the photos, Apple is indeed going on with the design theme, that Apple had introduced with iPhone 4. The photos uploaded by the Chinese website Zol.com are the followings:
Recently, a Chinese blogger had posted a comment that a friend of his, who is working with an Apple supplier, has seen the iPhone5S and iPhone 6. He revealed that the iPhone5S looks exactly like iPhone5, and the iPhone 6 is longer, wider and thinner. The post also said that the two devices are likely to be launched in 2013. Formerly, we reported Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst with KGI Securities, had said that Apple is working on an iPhone5 successor that will have new features like snappier processor, fingerprint sensor, better camera and more powerful LED flash. Kuo's claim of fingerprint recognition system was credible, considering the Apple's 2012 acquisition of Authentec, which deals with this technology.
Though these pictures are spreading like virus over the world wide web, no one can say that these are 100% real pictures. No conformation or comments were made by the company officials. There are chances that somebody will be exploiting the uncontrolled enthusiasm of the tech world with a handful of convincing pictures. Whatever the truth is, only time can prove it.
Picture courtesy: Zol.com