‘Real iPhone 5′ caught booting up on camera
by Raymond Wong | BGR News. Posted on September 6, 2012, Thursday
Up until now, the iPhone 5 has only leaked either as parts or as a dummy model. And although a working model has never made it out into the wild, M.I.C Gadget now claims that a genuine iPhone 5 was slipped out of Foxconn‘s Jicheng factory and was caught on camera. While the purported device does appear thinner, slightly taller and has what appears to be a larger display, the mysterious iOS 6 boot-up message, sketchy-looking slope on its left bezel, chintzy home button and additional hole next to the relocated FaceTime camera suggests the device could just be an elaborate hoax. Is this iPhone 5 real or is it fake? Take a look at the “leaked iPhone 5″ video down below.
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It seems that we now have enough iPad mini intel to make a highly educated guess about what Apple’s (AAPL) smaller tablet will look like. Based on leaked die cast molds and cases, MacRumors commissioned a set of 3D iPad mini renders to give fans an idea of proportion and size. As can be seen in the video below, the smaller iPad has a 7.85-inch display, thinner side bezels and a smaller dock connector port that would fit right at home in Apple’s mobile lineup. The iPad mini is rumored to only have a display with a 1024 x 768 resolution and to come in 3G/4G LTE models. Apple is expected to announce the iPad mini at a separate event in October with a launch before the end of the year.