by Joe White
August 10, 2013
Most of us are expecting Apple to launch two iPhones later this year: an iPhone 5S, and a low-cost iPhone 5C. Now, one website claims to have reliable mockup images of both handsets, potentially giving iDevice users an idea of what Apple's next-generation smartphones will look like ahead of schedule. The website, Tinhte, has a fairly good track record when it comes to Apple-based predictions. Tinhte, for example, told us about the redesigned earphones which launched with the iPhone 5 back in September 2012, some time before Apple made the announcement on stage. As such, we're inclined to take the website's mockup images seriously - not the least because the images also corroborate with almost all of the more sensible rumors and predictions we've heard so far. As you can see in the below gallery, Apple's iPhone 5S looks much like the current-generation iPhone 5, and appears to feature a similar four-inch screen, a built-in camera and flash, and a Lightning port alongside its speakers at the base of the iDevice. The iPhone 5C, however, is expected to feature a polycarbonate outer shell, a less advanced camera, and more mediocre internal specifications. Some have suggested that Apple's intention with the iPhone 5C is to capture a greater share of the smartphone market in developing countries, such as India and China, where low-cost Android-powered handsets do particularly well. Below, we've included a gallery of the images provided by Tinhte - check them out, and be sure to let us know your thoughts on each handset. [gallery columns="2"] For more of today's news, see: Apple's Market Share In China Drops To Just 5 Percent In Q2 2013, How Apple's Rumored 12.9-Inch iPad Might Look, and AT&T Lowers Its Next Pricing, Now Cheaper Than Verizon Edge.