Wednesday, May 18, 2016

iPhone 5S Changes Highlighted in New Rr Shell Comparison Photos

Another day, another iPhone “”. With less than four weeks until ’sSeptember 10 event, a growing of purported parts can be seen cropping up all over Asia.The latest is this uine looking backplate that shows enough twks and modifiions not to be sily dismisses as an rly iPhone 5 prototype design.The most interesting bit about it is a slight change in the Home button assembly. It could be just improving reliability of the Home button, but with all the rumors pointing to the fingerprint sensor integrated into the Home button, one never knows…The French blogNowherEelse.frobtained from its own trusted source s depicting a purported rr shell of the iPhone 5S which includes a twked metal sp cushion that supports the Home button.As seen on a side-by-side comparison shot top of post, themodified Home button design could point to therumored embedded fingerprint sensor, though it’s impossible to tell whether the cushion has been twked to support the usual Home button or the convex one,as has been rumored.Below are the differences between the bezel mounting frame on the iPhone 5 (left) and the supposed iPhone 5S component (right).Conveniently enough, screw placement along the back of the device apprs to be consistent with other components which have pointed to a slight internal design overhaul of both theprinted circuit boardandcamera module(said to includedual-LED flash).We’re not sure what to make of this. For what it’s worth, NowhereElse has proven itself a reliable source of various component s, though not all of them end up being uine parts.Coincidentally or not, iOS 7 contains references indiingfingerprint scanning functionality. In addition, well-connectedKGI Securities analystMing-Chi Kuo is convinced that the next iPhone will for the first time fture aconvex Home buttonin order to crte more space for a fingerprint sensor.

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