With just less than two weeks ago until Apple‘s Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco, it seems that people are expecting Apple to announce more than just some information pertaining to iOS 6. It isn’t unordinary for this time of year to bring an influx of leaked parts and components that are speculated to be part of the purported next-generation iPhone. It is pretty much accepted that WWDC will bring some kind of iOS 6 announcement, paying particular attention to Apple’s expected 3D maps application, but could we also see some hardware related announcements?
A few recent reports have shown a number of leaked parts, believed to be from the much anticipated iPhone 5, which seems to confirm opinions and rumors that the sixth-generation iPhone will be longer than its predecessors, while pretty much maintaining the familiar form factor of the iPhone 4S. This latest revelation, coming courtesy of the guys over at Japanese blog Macotakara, show what could possibly by a front glass panel of the iPhone 5.
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Without knowing where the speculated components come from, it is almost impossible to determine whether o not it is genuine, but it certainly seems t match the dimensions that have been reported over the last few weeks by various sources. The panel itself is pretty much identical when it comes to its horizontal dimensions, but measures in at approximately 10.33 centimeters, which would seem too much the approximately 4-inch diagonal measurement in the device;s schematic.