Following the high-definition video of the iPhone 5S rear shell we showed you earlier this week a series of videos have been surfacing online from TLDToday (via 9To5Mac) that not only show off the gold iPhone 5S in more detail, but also the previously rumored graphite color variant.
Let’s start out with iPhone 5S vs. iPhone 5 comparison video that points out some of the internal structure changes. Some things to point out that are highlighted in the video is that “the area reserved for the battery has increased in volume, with the logic board screws being repositioned, reducing the amount of space for the logic board and chipset.” Furthermore the LED Flash area has been enlarged, leaving room for a dual-LED flash module.
Next let’s take a better look at that recently rumored graphite edition of the iPhone 5S. Visually it looks very similar to the black and slate iPhone 5, but it is dramatically lighter in color. Also shown in the video is the alleged iPad Mini rear casing along with the iPhone 5C.
You thought we were done with the videos? Think again! Here are two more videos.
The first one goes hands on with the gold iPhone 5S shell and the second is again from TLDToday that gives a sneak peak of the iPhone 5C.
Wow, talk about a video overload. I think this is the only year where we have seen so many videos showcasing various components of next-generation Apple products. Mind you this probably has something to do with the fact just about anyone can order knockoff Apple parts from China…