Rumors are flying about the new iPhone 5, especially with anticipation that iPhone 5 sales alone will boost US GDP by $3.2 billion in the fourth quarter, or $12.8 billion at an annual rate. But that’s not what we’re talking about — we’re talking about how the colorful wrapping of Yerba Buena Center for the September 12 iPhone 5 introduction hints at the possibility that the iPhone 5 screen will be larger than ever!
Apple enthusiasts and designers have taken apart the arbitrary colored lines to decipher what it could actually mean. The conclusion? It’s a stretched version of the iPhone home screen.
The purple line is an extended pic of the iTunes app icon. The orange line is an extended pic of the Music app icon. And the colorful lines to the left are an extended version of the Game Center app!
Looks like iPhone is going to outshine the rest of Apple’s products once again this year. Also, what is this news on an “iPad mini”? Isn’t that just a super-sized iPhone?
Photos found via Alexandra Benet.
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