Tuesday, June 18, 2013

4-inch Retina Display of iPhone 5S leaked

Images of what’s claimed to be the Retina Display from the iPhone 5S have been leaked online

A leaked image of what’s said to be a Retina Display panel from Apple’s upcoming iPhone 5S has appeared online following news the handset is now in mass-production ahead of a Q3 launch announcement.

Mac Rumors secured the images in question and the leak’s source claims the panel itself isn’t all that dissimilar from what we’ve already seen aboard the iPhone 5, meaning the iPhone 5S – as expected – will not feature a larger display.

On the legitimacy of the leaked images, the report said
‘While the low-resolution images do not immediately reveal any significant changes to the technology behind the device's display, there is one item of interest supporting the claim that the logic board photos from earlier today are genuine.’

The images and display tech have yet to be analysed, but the source claims Apple may have changed quite a few things under the hood. Although it seems very like the iPhone 5S will carry the same display dimensions as its predecessor. 

‘Apple’s next-generation iPhone will undergo an internal overhaul as Apple looks to refine its original iPhone 5 design — and possibly make room for some important new components like a fingerprint scanner,’ claims BGR.

A recent report in Reuters, citing sources close to Apple, claimed the iPhone-maker is now actively developing larger handsets but noted these devices – one of which included a phablet-style iPhone – probably wouldn’t see the light of day until 2014.

Will disaffected Apple users hungry for a larger display experience wait that long?

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