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iPhone 5 Video Leaks Out, Revealing iOS 6 Booting Up On Screen

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Now that we are closing the gap for the official launch of the iPhone 5, we’re increasingly seeing new leaked images and videos. Till now we have seen a lot of leaked images, videos, and rumors about how the next generation of iPhone will look, but here is the freshly baked video of the iPhone 5 booting up iOS 6.

iPhone 5 Video Leaks Out, Revealing iOS 6 Booting Up On Screen

This is the first video in which we can see the iOS 6 device booting up. This video is leaked by the Foxconn’s Jincheng manufacturing branch, and it seems they have made a quite a believable video.

This video comes from the Chinese tech outlet Vgooo.com, which accidentally discovered the iPhone 5 prototype at the Jincheng facility. Up to 3000 iPhone 5 back panels are reportedly being completed every night, by each worker at the Foxconn.

As we can see from the video, the device is slightly taller than the iPhone 4S, which could be because of the 4-inch display. The bootup shows that the device is not activated with an error message:

This device is not registered as part of the iPhone Developer Program. If you are a member of the program, please register your device.

The quality of the video must have been lowered on purpose so that the leak could not be traced. Also the home button really looks ugly in this video, and this further adds to our doubt of the authenticity of this video.

What do you guys think of this video? Is it the real deal or yet another hoax.

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