Just like what we posted a while ago about the rumor of the new dock connector of the upcoming iPhone 5, it seems to be true. A video from TechCrunch showing a back shell casing of the new iPhone doesn’t have a slot for the previously used 30-pin dock connector.
This is going to be a bad news for those who bought accessories like docking speakers who use the 30-pin dock slot. According to the report, Apple is on the works for the new 19-pin dock connector for the new iPhone that will kick off later . . . → Read More: iPhone 5 will have a 19-pin Dock Connector
According to the latest reports coming out regarding the upcoming iPhone 5, it will likely be thinner and slightly longer than the older models.
According to Jeremy Horwitz, iLounge editor, the latest iPhone will be released this fall and it will feature a 4-inch screen, slightly longer than the predecessors with 3.5 inches only, a liquidmetal backing case or metal panel, and a new – smaller – dock connector. It will also be much thinner, about 20% thinner than the latest iPhone 4s. About 10mm increase in height, reduced by 2mm in thickness, and 125mm x 58.5mm x . . . → Read More: iPhone 5 Design According to Jeremy Horwitz