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Friday, 30 September 2011 09:10

AT&T stocking iPhone 5 silicone sleeves

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Wizard’s sleeve comes with phone
According to AppleInsider, AT&T has already started stocking silicon sleeves for the upcoming iPhone 5.

However, the sleeves don’t reveal too much about the phone. They are tapered towards the edge, much like the iPod touch and 3-series iPhones, but in reality the final design is anyone’s guess. The arrangement of switches and connectors doesn’t reveal much, as Apple appears to be sticking to the tried and tested layout.

Rumours of a cheaper iPhone variant, dubbed 4S, have also been circulating for months, but AppleInsider doesn’t take them too seriously.

More here.

 

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