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Alleged iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C pictured together for the first time

The last few weeks have brought us their fill of iPhone(s aapl) leaks, and while we’ve seen photos that purport to be of the iPhone 5S and the iPhone 5C, we haven’t yet seen them pictured together. Today’s leak, courtesy once again of Sonny Dickson, pictures the two phones side by side for the first time.

According to Dickson, these images are directly from sources within Apple’s supply chain. In addition to the images of the two allegedly new phones next to one another, there’s a pretty substantial part leak here too, showcasing everything from the SIM card tray and audio jack to ribbon cables and the front and rear cameras. Note the flash cutout on the back of the iPhone 5S is larger than it is on the iPhone 5, which suggests the phone will indeed use the rumored dual-flash.

This is the most extensive part leak we’ve seen yet. See the photos below, and head over to Sonny Dickson if you want to see practically everything but the logic board.

Apple is expected to announce the iPhone 5S and its lower-priced alternative, the iPhone 5C, at an event on September 10. I’m not sure how much more can leak before then outside of a fully functional prototype, but I wouldn’t be surprised if these images aren’t the last we see.

iPhone 5S 5C

iPhone 5S 5C cases

iPhone 5S camera

iPhone 5S stand

iPhone 5S parts

iPhone 5S display

All images from Sonny Dickson.

3 Responses to “Alleged iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C pictured together for the first time”

  1. Aidan Nevins

    …so do people still think Iphones are good.
    Before you talk about cameras and colours and functionality, can you replace the battery, what about modifying the software to reflect your personality.

    Oh thats right you lose your warranty on a 600$ phone when you do those things.

    Android wins….again.

  2. Dracula

    “We thought about what users really want, and how they use their phones, and came to the conclusion that what we created last year was a piece of perfection. It really didn’t need any further improvements.

    Regardless with Poison Ivy re-imagining iOS, Oops, typo.. I meant John Ive, we know things will be awesome and colorful and a little flatter, not as flat as those Microsoft guys do, but just enough flat so the sharp edges on the icons dont hurt you. We just have to launch that awesome video of his convincing baa baaa baaa… “