Only yesterday, leaked images of a fully assembled iPhone 5 being compared with an iPhone 4 were published on the web and today, we already have a hands on video demo of what appears to be a fully assembled next generation iPhone dummy. The video was filmed at IFA 2012 by GSM Israel News (via iMore).
iPhone 5 dummy is shown in an unmarked skin case, which when removed, looks identical to the assembled parts leaked previously. The screen measures 4-inch with a centered FaceTime Camera. The back is primarily metal, with glass sections above and below. The 3.5mm headphone jack remains at the bottom, alongside a mini Dock connector.
According to Alex Dobie and Richard Devine of iMore:
This iPhone 5 dummy is approximately as wide as the current 4S, only taller, and sporting a widescreen display. There’s a smaller home button underneath. The fake front on the Home screen sports five rows of icons on account of the extra real estate. As iMore reported earlier, there’s a new, smaller Dock connector down below, in addition to a 3.5mm headphone jack. The bottom face of the design is peppered with a large speaker grille, alongside those other components. Around the back, there’s a brushed metal rear panel decorated with a shiny Apple logo.
Essentially, again, it looks like every leak we’ve seen over the past several months. The pictures we’ve seen from factory leaks and other sources are an almost exact match for the dummy device we saw today.
Check it out for yourself: