Alleged iPhone 5 parts image leaked by Weibo, a Chinese Twitter clone of sorts, showing what is thought to be components of Apple’s yet to be released next-gen iPhone and the visible part of the battery reads 430 mAh, which leads us to believe a similar battery to the iPhone 4′s 1420 mAh battery may be included in the next-gen iPhone…………..
A post on China’s Weibo has shown a reputed iPhone 5 mainboard that shows its use of the A5 processor and it resembles an earlier parts leak and is distinct in looks both from the iPhone 4 and iPad 2 mainboards, ruling out the A4 or the tablet implementation of the A5. The shot also appears to show a 1,430mAh battery, up very slightly from the 1,420mAh lithium-ion pack in the iPhone 4. The capacity is slightly unusual given that Apple isn’t known to have marked the milliamp-hours directly on the battery for the iPhone 4, instead putting the voltage and watt-hours. Apple isn’t necessarily locked into providing the same details as before. Most rumors have pointed to the A5 reaching the iPhone 5, going as far back as Apple’s own iOS 4.3 code references and it had mostly been extrapolated from design changes and Apple‘s device release patterns.