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The model, first posted by Macotakara, shows Apple's new Lightning connector on the bottom of the device, in the same spot as the new iPhone 5. The headphone connector, however, remains on top.
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Rumor has it the device will be announced in October, but there still hasn't been an official word from Apple on its existence.
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