Finding out what is real and fake when it comes to the new iPhone 5 is becoming harder to tell in recent weeks, which is due to the iPhone 5 launch date closing in, or the expected release window that is. You can count on the latest iPhone arriving within the next 2 months, and this has led to a number of leaks and one of the latest includes a video claiming to showcase the housing.
The new iPhone 5 housing – the video below this article is one of the best attempts at revealing the iPhone 5 to date, and looks extremely authentic although we won’t know how real this visual tease is until the device is officially confirmed by Apple within the next few weeks. The video looks professional and delivers a close-up of the apparent new iPhone, which details all the features we have come to expect from the rumors so far this year, although considering Apple has a number of samples it’s not known if this is the final design.
Something else that’s pretty interesting is the more than 2 million views this video has had, and this points to a video that most of us believe is real, or it means the hype for iPhone 5 is reaching new heights and is certainly a sign of major sales to come for Apple. The latest predictions include around 80 million people wanting the new iPhone, and also production to hit around 59 million in 2012. You can certainly expect demand to outweigh the amount of devices Apple can deliver in the coming few weeks.
Do you think this video is really the final design for iPhone 5, and if so would you be happy with this? Our latest findings and this casing pretty much confirm the smaller connector, which would most likely run on a MagSafe-type connection. We also hear that Sharp are starting to ship displays this month, these displays feature the new thinner screen, and could point to the September launch that some analysts are expecting.
Whether the iPhone 5 has an 8-pin or 16-pin port is not the issue, and the most important fact is that the connector will shrink and an adapter will be on offer from Apple to deliver backwards compatibility. Apple is growing in the smartphone industry and this includes enterprise, so with the countdown well and truly on the way are you ready to line-up for the new 6th generation iPhone? Watch the housing video below and share a comment.
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