iPhone 5 constructed from leaked parts

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An Asian website has published a photo of what it claims will be the final build of Apple's iPhone 5, constructed from leaked hardware components.

This image reportedly shows the next iPhone, with this mock-up being built from leaked hardware components.
(Credit: iLabs Factory)

iLab Factory is the name of the site featuring the leaked iPhone components, which it had already published photos of individually. The completed image shows a familiar-looking design for the iPhone, albeit with a larger screen, the headphone jack on the base of the phone and the rumoured smaller docking and charging socket.

The tech world is expecting the iPhone hardware refresh at some time over the next three months. Australian betting site Sportsbet is taking wagers on which month this will be, with the safest bet on August, followed by October.



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