Totally New iPhone in Autumn 2012 [Rumor]

BGR sources indicate that the next generation iPhone will be released in autumn 2012, around the same time this year released iPhone 4S .Totally New iPhone in Autumn 2012 [Rumor]

The same sources want the new model has a redesigned casing in which use is made of plastic material similar to that used by Apple in bumpers (a mixture of “rubber and molded plastic”). The first estimates / rumors the “plastic” that surrounds the device to replace the aluminum bezzel seen on older model iPhone.

 The new “plastic” bezzel rumored to hold the iPhone screen with the new aluminum back of the device while covering the redesigned antenna device …

BGR has learned a number of details surrounding Apple‘s next-generation iPhone from a close source. For starters, we can now confidently say that Apple’s next iPhone will launch in the fall next year, around the same time that this year’s iPhone 4S launched.

We have also learned that Apple is planning to use a rubber or plastic material – similar to the material used in the company’s bumper cases – that will be built into the new iPhone case. In all likelihood, this material will be used as a bezel surrounding the front edge of the phone (like the iPhone 3GS bezel) and it will serve two purposes. First, it will join the glass iPhone face with a new aluminum back plate. It will also cover a redesigned antenna system that surrounds the device, allowing Apple to build the rear case out of aluminum without having to use a large plastic insert above the antennas as the company does on its iPad 2 Wi-Fi + 3G.

Earlier reports suggested that Apple’s next-generation iPhone will feature an aluminum case similar to the one found on the iPad 2, as well as a larger display around 4 inches.

Via: BGR 


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