Photographic representation of the Lower-Cost iPhone’s Plastic Rear Shell [Rumors]

As rumors and several other reports keep surfacing up, here we are treated to tidings with respect to the fifth-generation iPad. These lowdowns have been broadcasted by Tactus and they depict the device to be expectedly smaller than the existing iPad. It is also understood that this design has taken its design cues from the iPad mini. Tactus, one of the sources to share photos of cases were responsible for revealing these leaks.

Along these lines a pictorial description characterises the overall tidings with respect to the lower-cost iPhone. The picture below is regarded to be the rear shell of Apple’s rumoured lower-cost iPhone. Judging through appearance it is seen that this part is manufactured from plastic.


This information is similar in conjunction with iLounge’s January reports of the device and it is understood that this product will resemble a design similar to the iPod classic & will exhibit a flat back and possess curved edges. Also, there will be elongated volume buttons on the left side. Moreover, it will be inbuilt with an A5 chip and will be available with a 5-megapixel rear camera. Additionally, it will be available in five color options of black, white, blue, red, and yellow. Based on the divulged reports it is regarded that the device will possess a 3.5-inch Retina display as compared to the usual 4-inch display which is seen in the iPhone 5. However, these reports have been found contradictory by the reliable analyst Ming-Chi Kuo’s whose claims describe the arrival of a 4-inch display for the lower-cost iPhone.

It is expected that the lower-cost iPhone will be launched on October 15 and will be priced at an amount of $300, but there has been no legitimate source to possibly confirm this particular disclosure. These claims have been divulged out by Tactus. Also, according to the reports the rear shell is estimated to be 0.4-0.6 mm thick, which however is understood to be an inaccurate source of information.

The aforementioned tidings are not verified yet by established authorities and these are simply presumed to be informative lowdowns from the case makers. These can be considered to be an accurate representation or it may be regarded as a fake representation of the displayed depictions.