As Apple's annual WWDC developer conference draws near, the buzz about the company launching new devices is getting stronger. Grapevine is rife that Apple may unveil two iPhones at the conference, one of which will be the cheaper version of the device. Now, a website has published what it claims is the leaked image of the long-rumoured handset.
Two users of Chinese microblogging website Weibo have posted images that are said to be of the alleged cheaper iPhone. Consistent with previous reports, the device has a curved body and is made using glossy plastic. The Weibo users who leaked the images say that the device has a curved back and feels good in the hand.
The two images show a bumper case surrounding the device, along with the Lightning dock connector that was introduced last year with the iPhone 5. Apart from these, the phone has a 3.5mm audio jack and two speakers beside the Lightning dock, the images show.
Previously, it was reported that Apple will go for multiple colour options for the cheaper iPhone, namely navy, gold orange, white, pink and green. Reports have suggested that the phone will be up for field test in June with about 1,000 units. It is rumoured that the handset will be priced between $300 and $400 and have casing made of plastic polycarbonate. A report on French website Nowhereelse.fr has stated that Apple will launch the cheaper iPhone and iPhone 5S on June 20.
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