A new video showing off a 3D rendering of the new iPhone from Apple has surfaced on YouTube. It cobbles together all the technicalities disclosed in recent hardware leaks, and aims to present the finished product before release.
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that aggregates the hottest rumors swirling around the iPhone 5, the video shows three-dimensional renderings (likely made with CAD software) with a high level of detail.
For instance, the clip pays a lot of attention to the relocated ports and connectors, the smaller docking plug, and the redesigned speaker grills. The cameras are also mentioned, such as the front-facing module used for FaceTime, which now sits in the top-middle area of phone, just above the earpiece.
The video does a great job at showcasing other characteristics, while offering a good look at the overall design, based on the latest rumors and leaks.