Apple iPhone 5S camera to arrive with F2.0 aperture, new home key design losing the square box
A Japanese Apple-centric blog that has leaked quite a few correct predictions on future iPhones and iPads, has gotten a hold on a source that claims the camera of the iPhone 5S will still be 8 MP in resolution, but come with a hearty F2.0 aperture, like on the HTC One. This would undoubtedly equip it better for the fight against all the low-light heroes that are pouring left and right from the Android and Windows Phone camps.
The sources also confirm that the "premium" iPhone 5S will sport the new A7 chip, and come in three color options, losing the iconic black this time - dark grey, white and that limited champagne gold one we saw not long ago. A changed home key is also corroborated, with the addition that this time the rectangular box that we had drawn on all iPhone convex home buttons so far, will be gone with the fingerprint sensor winds.
As for the "budget" iPhone 5C, the sources reiterate a polycarbonate/fiberglass fusion for the chassis, with an end result that seems rather glossy, as you can see in the leaked high-res pictures of the green version. The source also confirmed that iPhone 5S and 5C will indeed be the retail names of the two devices, but we'll know for sure when Apple finally unveils these two.