Sonny Dickson reveals more photos of iPhone 5S and 5C

照片8.18-033Rumor has it that Apple will be announcing their iPhone 5S and low-cost iPhone 5C at September 10 event next month.  The company has yet to send out invitations to the press, so for now, lets focus our attention a couple more leaked photos provided by Sonny Dickson.  We have been seeing more and more photos leak out as production gets kicked up a notch, and here are some more.

According to a new post by Sonny Dickson, he reveals to us several new photos of upcoming iPhone 5C and 5S.  In these photos, you can see the outer shell of the devices, however, there are also screens included in the set.

The photos are in high resolution, as always.  There are few photos below, and for the rest of them, head over to his website to see everything.

Apple is rumored to use the iPhone 5 shell for the iPhone 5S, but with improved internals, as we have seen in the past.  The iPhone 5S will host the most noticeable feature, fingerprint sensor technology.  Along with that, the company will be including a faster processor, improved camera with dual-LED flash for low light performance improvement, and convex-like design for the home button to account for the fingerprint sensor being built underneath it.

Pretty much everything is included in the photos except for the logic board.  Apple is rumored to use the new A7 chip in their new upcoming headset.  As for the iPhone 5C, it may host the same internals as the iPhone 5, but with a different outer shell.

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