iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S
We’re all looking forward to seeing the iPhone 5S and the new iPhone 5C, and it looks like it won’t be long before Apple officially presents them. Tuesday, September 10th could be the day chosen by Cupertino’s people to show us their new iPhones, but in the meantime we’ll settle for the leaks that are appearing on the net.
To open our mouths today we bring you some models of both terminals that have appeared on the Internet, which could give us an idea of how the devices that will finally form the next generation of Apple smartphone will be.
Pictures of some models that could be the iPhone 5S and the iPhone 5C appear on the web
The images have appeared on the website Tinhte , which has a good track record for Apple-based predictions. For example, Tinhte was the first website to tell us about the redesigned headset that Apple introduced with the iPhone 5 in September 2012 some time before its official launch. So, if not definitive, we can certainly take these images quite seriously, besides being in line with practically all the rumors that have appeared in recent months about these devices.
As you can see in the images accompanying the post, the iPhone 5S is practically identical to the current iPhone 5. It has a 4-inch screen, a camera with a built-in flash, and a lightning plug, along with a headphone jack on the bottom of the device.
The iPhone 5C, on the other hand, looks like it will be made with a polycarbonate case and will inherit the camera and screen from the current iPhone 5. What is not yet clear is what processor and memory it will include. As explained in Appadvice, some analysts have suggested that Apple’s intention with the iPhone 5C is to capture a larger share of the smartphone market in developing countries, such as India and China, where the low cost of Android phones is making them work particularly well.
I don’t know if the models shown in these photos will be real or not, but the truth is that much of the excitement we felt a few years ago when there were almost no leaks and we arrived at the keynote without knowing practically anything about the new models has been lost. Now we know what they will look like even a few months before Apple’s official presentation. What do you think of the new iPhones? Do you like them or do they disappoint you?