Rumoured iPhone 5 images spotted

Images showing what appears to be the iPhone 5 have appeared on website 9to5Mac.

By - July 29, 2011
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Apple news site 9to5Mac has received images that claim to be of the iPhone 5, from an anonymous tipster.

The device pictured below doesn’t resemble any previous generation iPhone devices, and 9to5Mac has not verified the authenticity of the image. There are also discrepancies between previous leaks and this most recent one, which include a misplaced volume rocker button.

However, the likelihood of Apple having finalized a design for the iPhone 5 is high as their rumoured launch date of later this year approaches. The image also appears to be taken on a train in public, which could hint at real world testing to finalize the product before the launch, though only time will tell.

Read the full story over at: Boy Genius Report.

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A device that could be the rumoured iPhone 5.

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