Here strikes the latest report from the Sources familiar with the matter which claims that Apple maybe debuting a totally redesigned iPhone in the fall of 2012, following the style initially set by the iPhone 4S, of latest Apple products being launched later in the year, instead of mid-year releases.
According to the report from the Sources, the new iPhone will incorporate an aluminum back panel, which is alike to that of the iPad 2, more willingly than the glass found on the present iPhone models, the iPhone 4 and 4S.
The revamped design is as well alleged to see the usage of a rubber or probably plastic bezel covering similar to that on Apple’s iPhone bumper covers, with it serving as protection for the device’s antennas, and as opposed to the Company having to place a plastic strip on the back of the iPhone as it does with the iPad and iPod Touch on wireless antennas.
Earlier reports have suggested that the Company’s next-generation iPhone will utilize an aluminum case similar to the one found on the iPad 2, in addition to a potentially larger display.
Well, of course this isn’t the first mention of Apple considering a metal back for a future iPhone. Numerous anonymous sources reported in March that Apple was cooking up a model with a flat metal back. Later, in August, at the same time as saying that the next iPhone would feature a smaller than 4-inch panel, and recently we had the report stating that the back of the device would be changed to a metal chassis instead of reinforced glass.
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