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Courtesy of iLounge.com, several photos featuring accessories for the iPhone 5 have been leaked online.
As heavily speculated, the dock connector for the iPhone 5 will be small compared to the previous 30-pin connector. Reports circulate that instead of 30 that number could go down to nine-pins.
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According to iLounge's Editor-in-Chief Jeremy Horwitz, the new dock connector was made from a "leading third-party accessory maker Scosche."
From the leak, one of the accessories is called "syncABLE pro," which has a cable that transforms a traditional microUSB cord to be compatible with the small dock connector. There was also another dual-device car charger titled "reNUE Pro."
Horwitz added, "Both charging products are bundled with a cable that converts its Micro USB plug into a 'new Apple connector,' and come in multiple versions with varying levels of power output."
Upon news of the leak, Scosche has request iLounge to remove the images, and they have, but it didn't stop from it spreading everywhere else.
The iPhone 5's features have been heavily rumored to have a 4-inch screen size with Retina Display, an aspect ratio of 16:9, 1GB RAM, an eight-megapixel rear-facing camera, a two-megapixel front-facing camera, running on the latest operating system iOS 6, supports 4G LTE, and battery capacity of 1140mAh.
For full details on the rumored features, click here.
The iPhone 5 is expected to launch with preorders on Sept. 12, for AT&T, Sprint, and Verizon Wireless customers. 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.