3D Render Of Purported ‘iPhone 5’ vs. Samsung Galaxy S III [VIDEO]
It happens every year whenever we get to the point in the iPhone release cycle where Apple is set to announce the next-generation version of the device. Every year, the new iPhone is introduced and it is claimed to be the "best iPhone yet" with a whole host of new features that make the all singing all dancing device which is little bit better than the competition. I’m willing to bet my mortgage that Tim Cook will once again take to the stage next month to introduce the new iPhone in the same way.
The iPhone is popular. Insanely popular. It was only yesterday that we found out Apple’s smartphone has been so successful that sales of the device alone bring in more money than all of Microsoft’s products and services combined, which kind of explains why there has been so much hype surrounding the release of the sixth-generation device that is expected next month. The plethora of leaked images and components that we have seen flying around the internet over the last few months have also given us an extremely detailed idea of what to expect from the device, at least aesthetically.
Although we have already seen a number of renders of what we expect the next-gen iPhone to look like, put together with the help of the various leaked details about the device, this latest emerging video goes a little step further and gives us a 3D overview of the entire outside of the phone as well as showing it in comparison to the Samsung Galaxy S III. All of the expected design changes are included in the rendered video, including the new smaller dock connector, the elongated display that we have been expecting as well as the two tone unibody that looks absolutely gorgeous in my opinion.
If the official device looks anything like the one we have been seeing in renders over the last month or so then it is highly likely that Apple will break any records that they currently have for iPhone sales. There is however, still a possibility that we may be wrong about some of the reported device features and aesthetics, which is all part and parcel of playing the waiting game until the announcement.