Is This The iPhone 5??

BGR have picked up some images of what appears to be a fully working Apple iPhone 5 (if that is to be the name) complete with a redesign over the existing 4S which is now thinner and seems to be a unibody aluminium design with glass.

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Whilst we cannot confirm if this is the real deal or not, it certanly looks like the supposed leaked front and back panel parts that got out just a short while ago and I really do hope this is what we will see later this year in the new iPhone as it looks stunning!

Link: BGR

Update: Italian site PhoneItalia have actually uncovered that it is infact a 3D render of the device based on speculated details. You can find the original photos over on Flickr. Maybe the Chinese site that originally alerted BGR to it couldn’t read the captions…

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  • MUFC67

    Unless that screen is bigger it looks more or less like an I-Phone 4 to me. I’m sure Apple fans will be happy but I’m just not getting it.

    • Anonymous

      :) This is a render based on a few assumptions though.

      Leigh Geary

    • iPhone Fan

      Yes, the screen is supposed to be taller having an extra line of icons and the phone looks quite a bit different from the iPhone 4/4s (the shape is similar but it doesn’t have a glass back and chrome side with the antennae). No one will really know what the next iPhone will look like until it is announced in the autumn but personally I don’t think this is it’s design.

  • Martin

    Apple are going to find it hard to increase the screen size a huge amount unless they increase the resolution too. Don’t forget every time they increase screen resolution it is by a specific multiplier so that apps get rendered correctly.
    They cant (won’t) just make the screen taller, they have to make it wider too. Also, if they make it too much bigger without increasing the resolution they will lose pixel density and won’t be able to call it a Retina display any more.
    If they do make the screen a whole lot bigger (>4″) then surely they would have to make the resolution 1280*1920? Or am I talking arse?