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Wednesday, September 5, 2012

iPhone 5 purported to leak out of Foxconn factory, boots up to iOS 6 error (with video)

“We won't see the new iPhone be officially introduced to the world until next week's Apple event in San Francisco, but the device has been getting plenty of play in leaked photos lately, and now we get a peek at the device in a video, showing off the new iPhone booting up, and a look at how the snappy the device seems to be,” Chris Chang reports for M.I.C. Gadget.

“A tipster tells Chinese tech media that he has ‘accidentally’ discovered an iPhone 5 prototype when he made a visit to his friend at Foxconn's factory in Jincheng,” Chang reports. “When he got his hands-on with it, he could feel the phone is thinner, and it is indeed taller.”

Chang reports, “He quickly took some photos, and a video. Well, is the boot up video real or fake? We are not sure, but it's still interesting to see the device in the video could not be activated...”

Read more in the full article here.

[Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader "Dan K." for the heads up.]

1 comment:

  1. I watched this video before but actually I'm still not convinced that this is the prototype of the iPhone 5. it's just next 12th of September to see what Apple is going to show us.

    The iPhone 5 skins are now available at some retailers and you can now get your own customized skin by printing your favorite picture on it and ship it to your home.