According to Chinese site NetEase, iPhone 5 parts are floating around Shenzhen, where the device is supposedly assembled. Floating around for a price, that is.
The site has numerous photos of what's purported to be iPhone 5 parts, but it adds (via MIC): "...taking a peek at it will cost you money. If you want to take it away for 24 hours, it will cost you nearly 50,000 Chinese yuan."
That's around US$7,900. Have a look at photos of the rumored iPhone 5 parts in the above gallery. If the pics are real, this iPhone looks like it's going to be a fingerprint nightmare.
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