More photos of purported next-generation iPhone parts have appeared online, showing a supposed logic board, back plate, camera module, and more. Among the photos posted by MacPost are a white back plate, similar in design to that of the iPhone 4 but with an N94 marking—a prior report indicated that N94 is the codename for the fifth-generation iPhone, and that the handset would include an A5 processor.
Other photos in the same post claim to show the next-generation iPhone’s power flex cable, “buzzer,” audio flex cable, battery, and rear camera lens.
Another group of photos posted by AppleLeaks again shows a supposed battery, but also shows what the site claims to be is a logic board for the next-generation iPhone, prominently featuring a rectangular main chip, consistent with the shape of the A5 processor found in the iPad 2, and quite different from the square A4 chip found in the iPhone 4, iPod touch 4G, and original iPad.
[via Mac Rumors].