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New 3D renders emerge of alleged low-cost iPhone Lite

Written by Andre Yoskowitz (Google+) @ 23 Jun 2013 21:04 User comments (3)

New 3D renders emerge of alleged low-cost iPhone Lite AppleInsider has posted two high quality 3D renders of the alleged upcoming low-cost 'iPhone Lite.'
Shown below, the device is based on blueprint images and schematics that leaked earlier this month.

Accessory companies have led credence to the leak and are currently building cases for the new form factor.

From what we know so far, the device will have a 4-inch screen, have circular speaker and microphone holes just like the 6th generation iPod Touch, include a Lightning port, the volume controls are pill shaped and the back corners are curved. The phone will have a plastic back cover and will be thicker than the iPhone 5.

Although it is considered a "Lite" model it is not expected to be really cheap. The device is expected to take the spot of the iPhone 4S when the 5S is released, since it will be more powerful.

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3 user comments

123.6.2013 21:33

lite nice

223.6.2013 23:54

So why is a cheap ass plastic case THAT much cheaper than a cheap ass aluminium case?

It's a bourgeoisie illusion, aluminium may be a little more expensive but not THAT much more.


Its a lot easier being righteous than right.


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324.6.2013 1:52

The overall shape is a lot like the Lumia 620.

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