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LeakedTT: Apple's iPhone 5C appears again, assembled and powered on

The river of leaks keep flowing for Apple, this time we spot the iPhone 5C fully assembled and powered on (NASDAQ:AAPL)

| Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones News | Posted: Aug 26, 2013 4:31 pm

It appears that Apple is no longer able to maintain any sort of secrecy surrounding its upcoming iPhone products. Last week, we saw several big leaks that combined to form a massive flood of information surrounding the iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S, and it appears that this week will be no different.

 

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Today, a new image surfaced that contains no less than 60 iPhone 5Cs all plugged into power strips and powered on. The image first popped up on a Chinese social networking site and was said to be taken in one of the quality control laboratories from inside one of Pegatron's manufacturing facilities.

 

It appears that the iPhone 5Cs are being charged inside a temperature controlled oven, which tests devices' functionality to charge in a hot environment without overheating. Of course, my guess is just speculation and they could be testing for anything. Apple is expected to launch both the new iPhone 5S and the iPhone 5C on September 10 and retail sales beginning on September 20.

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