We heard a lot of rumors about the upcoming next-gen iPhone, sadly they all changed in just few days leaving us in full of doubt about these reports. Now we have another one of those doubtful rumors to add up to that list. This one comes from South Korea, where reports claims that Apple is using Liquidmetal alloys to produce the next iPhone.
If the reports are true, this new advancement will make the next iPhone lighter and thinner, providing a stronger resistant to impact damage. It is possible to expect a surprise from Apple, specially considering the new retina display that we saw from the new iPad.
According to some other sources of ETNews, Apple is most likely to reveal the next-gen iPhone at their Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco this June.
[Via: Redesigned Liquidmetal iPhone may debut at WWDC in June BGR]
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