More photos claiming to show a partly-assembled next-generation iPhone have appeared online. Repair shop iLab has posted a number of photos showing the various purported repair parts for the next-generation iPhone pieced together to form a hollow but otherwise very convincing shell of an iPhone. As in prior leaks, the phone has a smaller dock connector on the bottom, alongside speaker and microphone holes and the relocated headphone jack, a centrally-placed FaceTime camera, a metal plate covering the majority of the rear, and what appears to be a larger screen. Apple is expected to announce the next-generation iPhone this fall. [via 9to5Mac]
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