This Is What The Front Assembly Of The Next iPhone Looks Like Disassembled

This Is What The Front Assembly Of The Next iPhone Looks Like Disassembled

Another morning, another big leak in next-generation iPhone components.

This morning, that leak comes to us from iColorOS, which shows pretty much the entire front assembly of the iPhone 5, including the glass display, internal sensors, home button, and volume control… as well as a new protective shielding that separates the back of the iPhone’s display from the rest of the internal components.

In addition, the iColorOS photos — which are very well done — clearly show a number of other iPhone 5 parts we’ve seen popping up over the last couple weeks, such as the new nano-SIM tray.

There’s no doubt about it: this is what the next iPhone is going to look like, friends.

  • bmw_bloch

    I could imagine that due to the new connector Apple will revise all iPhones and introduce a new iPhone 3 with 3.5″ screen, the iPhone 4 with 4″ (what we see in this article) and a breathtaking iPhone 5 with an almost 5″ screen.

  • Nick Hansen

    I won’t be surprised if this is what we end up having as the next iPhone, but just months after Tim Cook said they were going to be doubling down on security? I’m still holding out a little bit of hope that Apple has leaked this, just so then they can bring out their actual next generation iPhone and surprise everyone with something awesome.

  • Hondamaker

    I’m with Nick on this one. And, there’s ‘no doubt about it’? There’s still absolutely no proof that this is the new iPhone.

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