The low-cost iPhone, potentially dubbed the “iPhone 5C,” is now rumored to sport an 8-megapixel camera akin to that of the iPhone 5. The report comes from Chinese site IT168 and is coupled with a photo of the sensor embedded above.
Apple has been widely rumored to launch a low-cost or budget iPhone with a plastic rear shell alongside iPhone 5S.
We’ve already seen several photos and videos of rear shell of the plastic iPhone, and what appeared to be a fully-assembled plastic iPhone.
MacRumors (via iPhone5Skopen) point us to a photo posted on Chinese microblogging site Weibo, which appears to show the rear of fully assembled low-cost iPhone, which has been dubbed iPhone Lite.
It looks like it is quite easy to get the parts of the cheaper or budget iPhone these days. We’ve already seen several photos of the cheaper iPhone, dubbed iPhone Lite, and now couple of video bloggers have posted high-quality videos of the budget iPhone, which gives an even better idea of what it may look like.
Michael Kukielka aka DetroitBROG has compared the rear plastic shell of the cheaper iPhone with the iPhone 5, iPhone 3GS and iPod touch 5.
Techdy, a company that sells Android knock-offs now claim that they’ve got their hands on the front and rear parts of the lower-cost iPhone. They’ve assembled the parts and created a high resolution video, which gives a good idea at how Apple’s budget iPhone may look like.
French website Nowhereelse.fr had published few photos of what could be the rear shell of Apple’s cheaper plastic iPhone in green, yellow and red.
The French site has now published a new photo, which includes blue and white rear plastic shell.
French website Nowhereelse.fr has published two photos of what could be the rear shell of Apple’s cheaper plastic iPhone, dubbed iPhone Lite.
It has been widely speculated that Apple will be launching a low-cost iPhone later this year.
China Times (via AppleInsider) reports that T.H. Tung, CEO of Pegatron, Apple’s manufacturing partner in China, while speaking to company’s shareholders said that Apple’s low-cost iPhone will not be cheap.