We have yet more iPhone 5 rumors to share with you now, and this one is particularly notable as an alleged new hardware part for the device has been revealed online. It apparently shows the back of the iPhone 5, and once again suggests that the flash on the iPhone 5 will be separated from the main camera sensor.
The image has once again surfaced from Taiwanese website Apple.pro, who you should be very familiar with now as they are often the centerpoint of Apple hardware leaks these days. It is not the first time that we’ve mentioned an iPhone 5 device with the camera flash sensor being located on the opposite side of the main sensor, but this latest picture up on their website puts further strength to this.
Unfortunately, that is the only noticable difference that this picture shows, as we’re still waiting to hear further details on what kind of specifications Apple’s new iPhone will possess. This may turn out to be a photoshop, but we have a feeling that it’s the real deal, so don’t be surprised if further images showing the separated camera and flash appear within the next few weeks.
Take a look at the image yourself, via Apple Insider and let us know your thoughts on it. Do you think this is real, or simply a clever photoshop?
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