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iPhone 5 photos leak

Is this Apple’s new 4in screened mobile all assembled in a matte black finish?

Remember when that video of what claimed to be an iPhone 5 surfaced at the start of June? Now a set of photos have emerged showing a similar looking iPhone – but this one’s fully constructed and shot from several angles.

These photos depict a matte black iPhone 5 that purportedly sports a 4in screen, larger speakers, a headphone socket at the bottom, and that now-famous smaller dock connector. The snaps come from MacOtakara – though even they are unsure of the snaps’ validity. Take a look at the rest of the photos to decide if they’re real for yourself.

UPDATE: Looks like it was too good to be true, after all – Dutch designer Martin Hajek has come forward and revealed that the “photos” are his own renders – check them out on his Flickr site.

Still, based as they are on the alleged iPhone 5 components that have been doing the rounds on the internet, they provide an intriguing look at what the finished product might look like in a real-world setting.

(via Apple Insider from MacOtakara)

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