Latest Rumor: Apple Testing 2 Prototypes Of iPhone 5?
There's a new rumor circulating around that Apple is currently checking and testing two kinds of Prototypes for the next version of the iPhone.
According to a new report, these two iPhone prototypes has a codename N41AP and N42AP. Both of these phones sport a new, larger display that is 3.9 inches diagonally.
There's also a new buzz of the new iPhone sporting a smaller dock connector between the size of a micro USB and a mini USB, a new home button, and a new resolution of 640 x 1136.
Additionally, another report claim that the late Steve Jobs was also intimately involved in the design work for the next-generation iPhone.
Meanwhile, another tech report claims that the new and upcoming iPhone 5 or next-gen version of iPhone will also possibly feature and make use of a bendable and unbreakable screen technology.
Furthermore, the new version of the iPhone is also rumored to get released around the third or fourth quarter of this year but no mention of the price has been disclosed by Apple as of yet.
Amidst all of this buzz and rumors that seems to change every now and then there's still something that appears not to change, and that is, many people are so looking forward for the actual release date of the device, as well as thinking about what the final features and specs of the next "wonder" phone from Apple is going to be like.