New video posted on YouTube reportedly shows a detailed comparison between the rumored iPhone 5 glass lens and iPhone 4S glass lens before the iPhone 5's rumored September release date.
New video posted on YouTube Friday by etradesupply reportedly shows a detailed comparison between the rumored iPhone 5 glass lens and iPhone 4S glass lens.
In the video's description, the YouTube poster lays out some of the changes in the new iPhone -- that is, if this is the real deal:
iPhone 4s: Height: 76.65mm Width: 51.60mm Display area: 3.6 inches Thickness: 0.9mm
iPhone 5: Height: 90.25mm Width: 51.60mm Display area: 4.065 inches Thickness: 1.00mm
iPhone 5 is better compared with iPhone 4S
3) The camera hole of iPhone 5 glass lens moves from the left side to the right middle above the receiver.
4) The light sensor hole moves from the top to the left side of receiver. Also, it becomes very small.
5) Home button:
The diameter of home button hole of iPhone 5 glass lens is narrowed 0.3mm. That is to say the iPhone 5 home button will become smaller and the iPhone 4S home button will not fit for iPhone.
6) Anti scratch ability:
The anti-scratch ability of iPhone 5 is better than iPhone 4S.
Apple, which has made no official announcement, is planning a September 12 event at which the next generation of the iconic smartphone will presumably be announced, according to multiple reports.
According to R euters.com , Japan's Sharp Corp. will start shipping screens for the new phone in August.
According to the report, Apple is equipping the next iPhone with a larger screen after Samsung Electronics unveiled its latest Galaxy smartphone with a 4.8-inch touch-screen.
The screens will also be thinner than with the use of "in-cell panels." According to Reuters, the new technology embeds touch sensors into the liquid crystal display, eliminating the touch-screen layer found in current iPhones.
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