As Apple’s next iPhone draws nearer to release, more and more leaked parts for the device continue to crop up. The latest leak comes to us from iColorOS (via Nowhereelse.fr), showing the entire front assembly of the next-gen iPhone, as well as other components.
Besides the front assembly itself, the leak also pictures the volume control, home button, and the new nano-SIM tray for the device. The photos match current rumors and expectations for the device, and the quality of the images is great.
The fact that such a large number of part leaks all seem to spell out the same design for Apple’s next iPhone strongly suggests that this is the design we’re going to see Apple unveil in September. In fact, it’s difficult to imagine any other possibility.
Apple’s next iPhone is rumored to feature a taller 4-inch screen, thinner design, and a two-tone metal rear casing, as well as a smaller dock connector, relocated FaceTime camera, new smaller nano-SIM, and LTE support, and is expected to be announced on September 12.