Leaked iPhone 5C footage shows informal scratch test, possible use of LiquidMetal fabrication process
Date: Thursday, August 22nd, 2013, 09:04
Category: Hardware, iPhone, News
Ok, this could lead to some really interesting stuff.
Per Apple Daily and the Apple Core, leaked video of what is purported to be an assembled iPhone 5C, the low-cost iPhone rumored to be announced on September 10, has surfaced. The footage shows the unit surviving an informal pocket test with no visible scratches on its rear plastic shell. In it, an anonymous individual puts the 5C into a gallon Ziploc bag with coins, keys, screws, paper clips and, what appears to be a pocket flashlight, then closes and shakes the bag vigorously.
Head on over to the Apple Core for Jason’s full analysis of what’s happening with the next-gen iPhone, additional details and delicious cake.
Note: There will not actually be cake. This was a lie.