A couple of hours after Apple iPad blueprint showed up online, French website NWE (No Where Else) has leaked snapshots of the plastic back panels of the alleged low-cost iPhone.
The pictures shows a green smartphone back-panel with a black Apple logo on the centre and the word iPhone below it, On top of the panel are two holes reserved for camera and LED flash support.
The snapshots indicate that the low-cost Apple phone will not be sporting a uni-body design as seen in the Apple's expensive premium phones.
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The website also claims that the inside part of back-panel hosts multiple attachment points including the motherboard and the lightning connection port similar to the current iPhone 5.
The affordable iPhone is reportedly targeted at price-sensitive countries such as India, China, Brazil and African nations which are showing tremendous growth in smartphone business, as the penetration of smart handsets has almost reached its peak in developed markets and are expected get saturated in a few years time.
Rumours are rife that the new Apple low-cost iPhone is expected to get launched after the debut of the next-generation premium iPhone 5S in mid-September.
Expected specs of Apple Low-cost iPhone:
|Model||Expected to be named as Apple iPhone Light|
|Add-ons||3.5 mm audio port, lightning port, expected to shipwith multiple variants most probably in five colours|