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iPhone 5 Parts May Have Been Spotted in Nagoya, Japan

Posted on: July 29, 2012

iLabs Factory Informs The World of its iPhone 5-Maybe Phone

An iPhone parts repair site called iLab Factory based out of Nagoya, Japan recently posted a stunning group of pictures. They’re saying this unusual find could be actual parts for Apple’s soon-to-be-released iPhone 5 phone. They posted pictures of the front, back, inside and parts that are all displayed for everyone to see. Some experts on various tech sites are saying that these photos look very legit and this could very well be the real deal.

iLabs iPhone Repair Website

It has a brushed aluminum metal frame and the phone looks very elegant. iLabs also states that  it’s “Lighter and thinner.” Yes, this is very exciting news. It’s truly amazing how these new phones suddenly pop up in the most obscure places. Kudos to iLabs for finding the iPhone parts and letting the world know about it!

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1 Response to "iPhone 5 Parts May Have Been Spotted in Nagoya, Japan"

iLab factory released many photos of iphone 5 that i like. i love this thinner shape and its weight is very light…

Thanks for sharing…………………

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