iPhone 5 Release Date: iPhone 5 photos leak The Real Deal?

iPhone 5 Release Date: iPhone 5 photos leak The Real Deal?

Pictures verify rumors about new Apple iPhone

A telephone restoring company has uncovered pictures of Apple’s most recent iPhone. These pictures are declared to be the real thing, Apple’s most recent iPhone. The pictures furnish hard evidence for the extensive notions about the phone.

The pictures show a different port connector and a big screen. The iPhone is slimmer than the iPhone 4S with a width of 7.6mm which is two millimeters slimmer, Macrumours reports

The port connector leaves past chargers and ports obsolete. This makes the thousands of Apple attachments useless with the new device. Rumors say that Apple may change the ports on all new apparatuses that comprise iPod Nano, iPod Touch, iPad Mini, and imminent iPad renditions. There is hearsay that an adapter will be issued so the older Apple attachments can be utilized on the iPhone.

The Apple iPhone hasn’t been given a name yet and will debut on September 21, 2012.

Pre-sales for the iPhone 5 will begin Sept. 12, the same day Apple is expected to announce the new device, according to an latimes.com report.

Retails Drop Price of Previous iPhone models

Target’s retail price for the iPhone 4S was starting at $150 for the 16GB model with two-year contracts on Verizon, AT&T or Sprint, according to PC World Magazine. However, the offer did not appear to be available on Target’s website Monday afternoon.

Sprint was the first large retailer to slash the price of the 4S. Last week, the company droped the price by $50. The carrier priced the 4S model at $150 with a new, two-year contract. Sprint also waived its activation fee for online purchases.

Best Buy began pricing the iPhone 4, 8GB model at $50 with a new contract just a few days earlier. The offer still stood on its website Monday afternoon.

Apple was reportedly quietly matching the $150 price at is retail stores, but customers have to ask for the discount because it was not openly advertised, according to PC World Magazine .