Now, to make things clearer for you guys, the iPhone you see just now is actually not the next generation iPhone from Apple. What it is, is an iPhone clone made in China (we hear that often), in the very same city where Apple allegedly operates the production of iPhone 5.
As reported by Gizmodo, this particular iPhone’s sleek design reminds you with the current standards of styling, although it doesn’t really match up with previous claims of a “radical new design” or even rumors about the next iPhone having a tear-drop case, which is quite the same with the current packaging of iPod Touch.
The curved body on the clone is following the styling standards of older generation iPhones while taking it’s path from the iPhone 4, particularly in regards to the issues surrounding silver-band antenna.
However, if you look closely the front and rear of the phone are cheaply made of plastic and distracted from the glass case found with the current gen iPhone. Measuring at 7mm thick, this supposed clone of iPhone 5 is even thinner than the iPhone 4, something that everyone should expecting of from Apple’s next revolutionary iPhone.
Considering that faux devices (and retail stores) from the land of Asia usually reminiscent the actual designs very closely, this clone may completely be the based idea of what we will see from Apple possibly, September this year.