Alleged images of the successor to Apple's iPhone 5 has surfaced two months after the smartphone's launch in September.
French Web site Nowhereelse showcased the purported pictures of the next iPhone, referred to as the iPhone 5S, from a forum run by iPhone5parts.
The images depict an iPhone that features an exterior similar to that of the iPhone 5, with the rear of the unannounced handset effectively passing as an iPhone 5 if the printed information wasn't replaced with an "x," which may suggest a prototype.
Inside the iPhone 5S, meanwhile, it shows different placement for the screws, as well as a few minor differences from its predecessor.
As for when the iPhone 5's successor is scheduled for a release, reports have tipped an early 2013 launch.
Apple is probably trying to make assembly of the iPhone 5 more efficient because apparently it's the most difficult iPhone to assemble. Moving those screws around will really increase productivity in the Foxconn plant.
At least the competition try to vary their phone designs...
at the rate apple progresses we will have a 4.3" screen in only two years.
And the best part is, you'll never actually end up owning an iPhone.