PhoneArena has published a photo, which they claim is the logic board for iPhone 4S or iPhone 5. The photo first appeared on the microblogging siteÂ Weibo.
We had seen leaked photos of iPhone 4S/iPhone 5 logic board couple of weeks back, but at that time the the chip was missing. As you can see below, the photo also reveals the battery pack. Interestingly, the specifications of the battery in this photo seems to be little different from the one we have seeÂ earlier.Â MacRumors explains:
Earlier photos had shown the battery offering 3.7 V and 5.3 Whr, for a charge capacity of about 1430 mAh. For comparison, the current iPhone 4 battery checks in at 3.7 V and 5.25 Whr, offering 1420 mAh of charge.Â
This new photo appears to have the charge of 1430 mAh stamped directly on it, but curiously seems to list the voltage at 4.2 V. It is unclear exactly why the battery seems to be reporting a different voltage, and thus a different energy close to 6 Whr to reach the same 1430 mAh charge seen in earlier photos of the same part.
We just hope this means that Apple’s new iPhone will come with improved battery life.
So far, weâ€™ve heard conflicting reports about next generation iPhoneâ€™s form factor. According to some reports,Â next generation iPhone will be completely redesignedÂ and will look more likeÂ iPod Touch 4GÂ rather thanÂ iPhone 4. While, some reports claim thatÂ fifth generation iPhone will come with improved specificationsÂ such asÂ fasterÂ processor, 8-megapixel camera etc. just likeÂ iPhone 3GÂ andÂ iPhone 3GS, but wonâ€™t feature an all-new design and will look like iPhone 4.
In fact, according to some reports, Apple will launch two new iPhone models – aÂ cheaper 8GB entry-level iPhone model, which looks like iPhone 4 that has been unofficially dubbed iPhone 4SÂ andÂ a redesigned iPhone 5.
While we expect iPhone 5 to be powered by Apple’s faster dual-core A5 chip, it would come as a surprise if the cheaper iPhone 4S model will also be powered by the A5 chip.