New video compares gold iPhone and blue iPhone 5C to iPhone 5

iphone-5s-5cAs we get closer to speculated unveiling date of September 10, on which Apple is rumored to announce their next iPhone headsets, a new video has come to surface.  In this video, we can clearly see the comparison between several different iPhones.  The new rumored gold/champagne colored iPhone 5S, and a blue iPhone 5C are being compared with the current generation iPhone 5.

As you can see from the video below, there is not much difference in the iPhone 5 and the iPhone 5S.  The outer shell has not changed a lot, with the exception of the back where you see notable difference in flash design.  In the new iPhone 5S, Apple is rumored to include a dual-LED flash to help with low-light performance, along with an improved camera.

Looking at the devices from sideways, top, and bottom, they are initially identical.  Apple did the same thing with previous generation devices where the iPhone 3G and 3GS shared the same design, then the iPhone 4 and 4S shared the same design, and now the iPhone 5S will share similar design with the iPhone 5.  It’s basically the same trend that has been going on for years.

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