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Inside Scoop: Inside Scoop: A smaller SIM card for iPhone 5?

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Inside Scoop: Inside Scoop: A smaller SIM card for iPhone 5?

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CNET's Kara Tsuboi talks to Kent German about leaked photos that show an iPhone with smaller SIM card slots. Plus, you'll find out what the rumor mill has to say about pre-order dates.

However when I'm Kara tsuboi cnet.com joined by senior managing editor Kent German to talk about the latest iPhone 5 rumors. -- Catholic party covered a bigger screen possibly as smaller pin connector. But this week's rumors include possibly smaller sim card so bright shirt -- the first iPad Apple moved to my course which the smallest currently used. In Minneapolis that came after awesome person this money to be a smaller sim -- -- means nothing to US forest awaited phone functions estimates most of its data. But it does allow for possibly bigger battery. That's right -- now more room for -- Patrick. On what that small dock connector. That allows more room inside. A bigger battery obviously translates to a longer battery life let's hope that's going to be important especially at a bigger screen -- recovered. -- bigger screen sucks at battery -- -- color vibrancy -- -- need something that's gonna cost longer absolutely bigger screen means more movies to watch absolutely. And there's also a little more information about the release date tell us about that what we've -- for a while now. The actual announcement date September talks about problems Apple event -- usually happens is -- release states that when you actually get it comes a week later so we're hearing that it's gonna be September 21. Which would be nicely into that makes sense actually that's usually about it. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- And then your hot little phone and your hot little hands -- alliance would be that it. Apple Store okay great well I know the news has ever changing so we look forward to the next update -- -- idiocy and thank you so much can. Kent German senior managing editor cnet.com on cars -- thanks for watching.

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