An alleged iPhone 5 proximity sensor part with subtle differences from the current generation has emerged on an accessory importer site and SW-Box.com claims to have obtained a genuine iPhone 5 proximity light sensor flex cable in advance of the device’s launch, which is expected this fall. The particular component appeared in its catalogue with its design looking somewhat similar to the same component that was found in the iPhone 4 with a few exceptions and Apple is to refresh the iPhone’s form factor ahead of the iPhone 5 release date…………..
SW-Box.com, the iPhone accessories kings for bringing you iPhone 5 replacement parts when the official iPhone 5 isn’t even launched yet. The Apple iPhone 5 is rumored to launch in September 2011 and here’s the awesome sauce of it, it’s currently July 29, 2011 at the time of this writing and they’ve started selling iPhone 5 spare parts. The launch of the iPhone 5 will be the biggest event in tech since never and this iPhone 5 Proximity Light Sensor Flex Cable is the real deal. It’s the part responsible for making the screen go dark when you bring your face up to your phone to talk. When this part fails, the screen doesn’t fade out and you end up pressing numbers with your cheek also called cheek dialing. Micro-architectured to stand the tests of time and heat, this flex cable is evidence of solid engineering: dynamic light sensing diodes and high flow terminals allow it to properly pick up proximity for fully featured functionality at a surprisingly low cost. Each cable comes with the necessary adhesive strips so they can be pressed down into the iPhone 5 back plate for easy DIY iPhone 5 fixing.
- Replacement detailed
- Remarkable flexi-chassis
- Engineered for extended use
- Superior light-sensing diodes
- High traffic conducting terminals
- Optimum adhesive ratio
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