Alleged photographs of the upcoming iPhone 5S have been leaked out onto the Internet from sjbbs.zol.com.cn, a Chinese Web site. As expected, this alleged iPhone 5S looks pretty much exactly like the iPhone 5, as is customary with Apple’s 'S' iPhone upgrades, which usually include some beefed up hardware behind the same basic design as the non-'S' model.

Interestingly, there are some differences in this alleged iPhone 5S that have us scratching our heads, including a smaller 1130mAh battery (the iPhone 5 battery is 1440mAh), a linear osculating vibrator mechanism, an SD card slot. At the same time, this device doesn't appear to have a Lightning Connector, which first debuted with the iPhone 5.



Due to some of the inconsistencies in design, it’s questionable whether or not this will be any type of future iPhone. If so, it’s a darn-good mock up.

Apple is expected to announce the iPhone 5S anywhere between this Summer and this Fall, and while it’s still unknown exactly what its upgrades will entail, it’s a safe bet that it will probably look like the iPhone 5 with upgraded internal hardware that’s around 50% faster than the iPhone 5.

What do you think the iPhone 5S will bring to the table?

Sources: MacRumors