Rumored docking port of the iPhone 5 (Photo : iResQ)
It's been a day of leaks for the upcoming iPhone 5, with the device's rumored surface making the rounds online.
The first set of photos was leaked by UBreakiFix.com and posted by MacRumors showing what could be the upcoming iPhone's front panel.
The front panel includes a large screen display from 3.5-inches from the previous iPhone device to 4-inches (diagonally) for the iPhone 5.
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Despite the display screen's increase, PC Mag reports the pixel density will remain the same as the current iPhone 4S.
The docking port was also leaked courtesy of iResQ. The docking port is smaller compared to the current iPhone devices.
According to iResQ, "The docking port and headphone jack assembly seemed to fit perfectly inside of the frame. One of our technicians was even able to screw the assembly into the pre-aligned screw holes inside of the frame. All of the threading and screw holes lined up perfectly with the screw holes in then docking port/headphone jack assembly."
Based on the images, the iPhone 5 is expected to have a single speaker just like the current iPhone 4S models.
iResQ noted that back of the alleged iPhone 5 is "missing" fittings that should fill in tiny gaps between the docking port and the headphone jack.
As Latinos Post previously reported, the iPhone 5 is expected to launch on Sept. 12 for AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon. The latest Apple device is expected to cost up to $800 without a standard two-year contract but can go as low as $199 when signing a contract with the three previously mentioned phone carriers.