Numerous videos have been popping up and going viral in recent times regarding the upcoming iPhone5. But this video is the latest which has leaked ahead of the anticipated unveiling of iPhone5 next week. And what adds on is nothing but more curiosity for those who are desperately awaiting its release.
The blog of the Chinese pop star, Jimmy Lin, on China’s micro blogging site Weibo, is getting thousands of hits. In the blog he describes the details of iPhone5 that are somewhat identical to the leaked video and serves as an evidence that this video might not be fake.
The video, which was uploaded to YouTube by an anonymous user, shows iPhone5 in comparison with Apple’s iPhone 4S which reveals its larger 4 inch screen to the viewers.
Take a look at the video:
The user in the video cannot proceed with ‘connect to iTunes’ message on the screen as they have the handset but are short of its cable and to activate it they cannot connect it to their PC as Apple’s security could track them.
It is assumed that this set will use a brand new nature of display called an in-cell panel which allows the handset to be thinner by amalgamating touch sensors into the LCD, eliminating the need for a separate touch-screen layer.
Chinese Pop star Lin stated in his Weibo update. ‘It has been confirmed today that the iPhone 5 will indeed become longer.’He also revealed some pictures in his blog of his new Smartphone.
Lin moreover revealed that the headphone jack also has been placed at bottom of the handset, and as reported, the iPhone 5 will use a smaller 19-pin connector instead of current 30 pin connector.
He actually confirmed what Apple fans have been dreadful about i.e. Apple would be eliminating their old USB design, making many Apple friendly devices unusable.
The fifth iPhone, is widely awaited by Apple fans and its release is expected next week. Many videos have been leaked though in true Apple fashion, the company has yet to confirm about any of the leaks prior to the new iPhone’s release.
Many people also believe that Lin’s phone is a high quality fake but still, the blog, which was posted by the Chinese pop star (who has 13.6 million followers on Weibo) on Sep. 1, has been shared over 160,000 times and by the morning of Sep. 3 in China and drew nearly 40,000 comments.
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