Subscribe to RSS

iPhone 5S: High resolution images claim to show ‘iPhone 5S’ and iPhone 5 display assemblies side-by-side!

-iPhone5SDisplay-1

A set of high resolution images were posted to the Web late Tuesday claiming to show a side-by-side comparison of the display assemblies for Apple's iPhone 5 and a rumored next-generation model dubbed "iPhone 5S."

The photos come from FanaticFone, which alleges to have gotten their hands on a sample of the iPhone 5S display assembly some months before analysts expect Apple to unveil the next-gen handset. 

Tuesday's high-resolution pictures come on the heels of an identical images revealed on Monday, which appeared to match up with a supposed iPhone 5S logic board "leaked" that same day. While Monday's photos appear to be congruent with the latest imagery, it is not clear whether the display assembly is a production model, a prototype, or merely a well-crafted mock-up.

-iPhone5SDisplay-2

FanaticFone's images, while clear and unobstructed, are of unusually high quality, with no shadows or digital artifacts. The photos' metadata shows the pictures were taken with a prosumer D-SLR without flash, meaning an external lighting source such as a light box was used to capture the nearly flawless images.


Assuming the part is legitimate, it appears as though Apple made only minor changes to the display assembly, with chassis anchor points, camera holes and even antenna plugs located in identical spot. The most obvious difference between the two components is the flex cable that feeds information and power to the panel, and touch data back to the handset. 

As the end of Apple's annual refresh cycle draws near, an increasing number of purported leaks are showing up online. Supposed leaks include a new FaceTime camera, home button, dual-weight vibration motor, SIM tray, volume rocker, and mute switch.

0 comments

Add your comment

Nickname:
E-mail:
Website:
Comment:

*

Other articlesgo to homepage

Purported Original iPhone Prototype Sells on eBay for $1499!!

Purported Original iPhone Prototype Sells on eBay for $1499!!(0)

An alleged prototype version of Apple's original iPhone has sold on eBay for $1499, with the device appearing to be in excellent condition and containing signal strength measurements etched on the rear casing. The device is also shown running Apple's internal diagnostic software. I am selling a very rare original iPhone engineering prototype. These were used to

Apple to Unveil Next Generation iPhone on September 10!

Apple to Unveil Next Generation iPhone on September 10!(0)

Apple will unveil its next iPhone on September 10, reports AllThingsD, citing sources with knowledge of the event. Though the date of the announcement has been revealed, it is unclear whether the event will focus singularly on the upcoming iPhone 5S or if it will include Apple's rumored low-cost iPhone, possibly dubbed the iPhone "5C".  The iPhone

Possible Photo of Lower-Cost Plastic iPhone Rear Shells Shows New Blue Color!

Possible Photo of Lower-Cost Plastic iPhone Rear Shells Shows New Blue Color!(0)

This past weekend, Nowhereelse.fr shared photos of what could be the rear shell of Apple's rumored low-cost plastic iPhone in the colors green, red and yellow. While the site still acknowledges that the shells could be Chinese copies, certain features are still consistent with previous leaks and claims. Now the site shares [Google translation] a new photo that includes a

Apple’s iPhone 5S Revealed in New Photos!

Apple’s iPhone 5S Revealed in New Photos!(0)

MacRumors has received several images that appear to show both the interior and rear shell of Apple's upcoming iPhone 5S. The device appears to carry the same redesigned logic board that appeared earlier this week, suggesting that this is indeed a new iPhone. Among the interesting observations from the images:  – Based on the observable features, the

Researchers crack default iPhone Personal Hotspot passwords in under a minute!

Researchers crack default iPhone Personal Hotspot passwords in under a minute!(0)

The default generated passwords protecting the mobile hotspot feature of Apple's iPhones and iPads are weak and flawed, according to a group of German researchers claiming to be able to crack iOS Personal Hotspot keys in less than a minute. In a paper (PDF) titled "Usability vs. Security: The Everlasting trade-OFf in the Context of Apple iOS

read more

Special

Contacts and information

Social networks

Most popular categories

© 2013 Appleffect theme by Appleffect News All rights reserved.