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The first images of what is believed to be an Apple iPhone 5S smartphone have been published by MacRumors web-site. In case the pictures are to be believed, then an upcoming smartphone from Apple will resemble the iPhone 5, but will seemingly feature completely different chips inside.

The new Apple smartphone, which presumably is a prototype of a prior Apple iPhone 5S, looks exactly like iPhone 5 from the backside; the only difference is a new shape of flash, which is probably supposed to further boost quality of a pictured image. The hardware inside the new Apple smartphone is completely different from that in the iPhone 5. According to MacRumors, the logic board inside the presumable model 5S appears to be similar to one pictured earlier.

  

The new iPhone appears to feature an unknown system-on-chip with an Apple logotype on it;, a new camera module, but the same micro-SIM input. Particular specs could not be determined at press time since all chips and the body carried placeholder names.

A good news for the new Apple iPhone owners is that the new one has higher capacity of 5.92Whr, which may change in the final version.

Apple did not comment on the news-story.

Tags: Apple, iPhone, iOS

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Total failure. Who cares about the specs if they still keep that small screen? ALL top phones released last and this year have at least 4.7" screen. I love iPhone, but I will stick with my droid, at least until 2014 for sure. 1 more year wasted for Apple. Actually 3 years, if you consider that the last big hit was iPhone 4...
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