Leaked Images of Front Panel of iPhone 5

Yesterday, we posted leaked images of smaller dock connector of iPad mini and iPhone 5 along with Headphone Jack. As the release date is coming nearer, we are seeing different images of different parts of iPhone 5 and iPad mini. We have already seen main frame and even some of the internal parts from the back panel, Home button, headphone jack and even the smaller dock connectors.

Earlier today, ubreakifix sent some images of the front panel of iPhone 5. According to the blog, these are the real images of the front panels of the iPhone 5. What we depicted from the images is that the next-gen iPhone will have approximately same front panel as that of iPhone 4 and 4S but it will 4.0 inch taller. And as most of the rumors claim, it will have a relocated front facing camera to center.

We have already posted details aspects of the iPhone 5 according to the rumors, leaks and analysis, Apple iPhone 5 will have a larger display 4.0 inch screen, double toned back, relocated front camera, relocated headphone jack, smaller dock connector, NFC, LTE, 1GB ram and due to in-cell technology it will be only 7.6mm thick.

As per rumors, Apple will unveil iPhone 5, iPad mini and the completely redesigned iPod Touch on Appleā€™s big event which is expected to be held on 12th September. However, the good news is that Pre-orders will be started on the same day of announcement of iPhone 5.

What are your views about the Next-gen iPhone, iOS 6 and the iPad mini? Share your thoughts in the comments section below.

(via BGR)

Update : Apple Media event has been ended and iPhone 5 has been released – here’s iPhone 5 features and Specs.

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