Now that Samsung has outed their flagship phone for 2012, the Samsung Galaxy S3, we’re sure that many iPhone users are wondering what Apple will be bringing to the table in order to ensure that their next-gen device remains just as competitive. So far there have been several rumors suggesting that the next-gen iPhone will be made from liquid metal. Later new rumors emerged suggesting a redesigned iPhone with a metallic back instead, so which are we to believe? Thanks to iMore’s sources, it looks like we should believe none of these rumors.
According to their sources, it was reported that Apple has yet to finalize the design of their next-gen iPhone, which means that the 4” display, the metallic back/liquid metal build are pretty much up in the air at the moment. One thing that they seem to agree upon is the redesign of the dock connector which reportedly has been made smaller. Granted that nothing has been made official yet, we guess it’s hard to say who’s right, so until then we suggest taking all of this with a grain of salt for now until more concrete evidence surfaces.
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