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Apple iPhone 5 Teardown: Visual Tour

Apple's greatest challenge with the iPhone 5 has to do with its software. Take a look inside the red hot smartphone.
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The iPhone 5 starts at $199 in the U.S. with a two-year contract from AT&T, Sprint, or Verizon. Without a contract, the device starts at $649. UBM TechInsights estimates a 16-GB iPhone 5 costs Apple $167.50. Sales of Apple's iPhone account for more than 50% of Apple's revenue and more than 60% of Apple's profits, according to BTIG technology analyst Walter Walter Piecyk.

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