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Friday, 08 June 2012 09:51

Designer comes up with gorgeous iPhone 5 renderings

Written by Peter Scott

Based on leaked parts

Designer Bryce Haymond has created a set of 3D renderings of Apple’s upcoming iPhone 5. His design is based on leaked parts and diagrams, so there is a good chance it is very close to the real thing.

Over the past few weeks we saw a number of leaks, including screen covers, back covers and other bits. The last leak apparently shows the new all-metal back.

“I thought it would be fun to piece together these fragments to see what the iPhone 5 might look like when Apple makes the big announcement,” Haymond said.

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While the design resembles the iPhone 4(s), apart from the new screen aspect ratio, Haymond pointed out a few differences. The volume rocker and mute switch are a bit lower than on previous iPhones, while the camera is higher. The back side of the phone appears to be flush with the metal bezel, while the speaker and microphone grills have been redesigned to a perforated circle platform.

You can check out Bryce's efforts here, including a video and a collection of 76 stills.

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