What better way to start off the week than with fresh iPhone rumors (it really never gets old, does it?). In what will surely be the first of many iPhone rumor posts to come, we’re just going to wet your pallet and list what we’ve heard so far.
Supposedly, Apple is setting out to build the thinnest iPhone to date, aiming to measure less than 8 millimeters. The iPhone is looking to utilize a new display technology that will place a panel’s touch sensors inside the color filters, rather than above them, allowing the panel to be thinner, without sacrificing responsiveness. Coupled with a thinner battery and a form factor switch from glass to unibody metal, the iPhone might just come in at a size of 7.9 mm thick, which is no “small” feat! Or is it…
Other reports today reportedly show leaked next gen iPhone home buttons which are “round in the centre and square outside.” See pics below.
In other iPhone news, if you’re not happy with your current iPhone service provider, a new unlock released by “Loktar_Sun” allows anyone to easily release their iPhone from any carrier. That guide can be found here via iClarified.