Intimation that the NFC chip is an EarPiece Speaker; possibly NO NFC on the New iPhone 5

The hoopla broadens around the horizon so consistently and escalates with every passing day. The rumors have been a habitual phenomenon of everyday’s routine. Every jabber, suppositions just magnifies every aspect about the next-gen iPhone. In the days gone by, Macotakara: the Japanese blog had reported information on the front panel of the phone depicting the square feature being related to NFC.

iPhone 5 Earpiece Speaker

The above pictorial depiction enlightens the front panel i.e. assembled with earpiece bracket removed.

Pretty soon as the proliferating news becomes hearsay, bright and early magnifying that the iPhone 5 will contain NO NFC. By observing the item and considering proper assumptions, it is clear that the part which was confused for the NFC is of an earpiece speaker and communication with Repairlabs confirms the same. Though forewarnings also pointed out at NO NFC in the iPhone with narrations from The Loop as telecasted differently from other reports.

iPhone 5 Earpiece Speaker removed

There is certain few front-page news or eye-openers setting particularization on the situation trending. Also to support the same, are photos illustrating the square bracket removal which characteristically gives a partial view of earpiece speaker as broadcasted through the photos that were revealed to us from the potential leaks that keep surfacing up.

Speakerphone on Apple products

It’s The New iPhone and NOT iPhone 5!

We have been giving you all the rumoured updates about the upcoming next-generation iPhone. Finally Apple has set out the invites and the event is confirmed to take place on 12th September 2012.

We have been tracking all the leaks and we came across something which was interesting and couldn’t hold ourselves back. Our friends at show a picture where a female employee is holding the packaging material for the cases of the next-gen iPhone.

The New iPhone = iPhone 5

And to our surprise, there wasn’t anything like “iPhone 5” written on it. We could clearly read it as “The New iPhone”.

So, we can assume that Apple is going to follow a new naming methodology by adding the word “New” before the generic name of the product rather than adding the number of iterations the product has gone through! Remember, the case of iPad? There is nothing called the iPad 3.. Its the New iPad!

Yes, so 12th September it is.. And, it will be the New iPhone!