From the looks of things and parts leaking faster than I type this, we could very have an iPhone 5 release at least by Summer’s end. It’s heavily discussed right now that new iPhone will include a taller display. Today you’re looking at supposed new iPhone’s front panel display and cameras:
Via Macrumors: “The most significant of these parts is a claimed front panel from the next-generation iPod touch, with the supplier claiming that the display would be taller than the current model and that the opening in the front panel measures 4.1 inches diagonally.”
The photo above is obviously for the front panel while these images below show the new home button layout and the cameras. The camera part is suspiciously without the LED flash. Could Apple be moving the flash from being right next to the camera?
the home button flex cable and front camera assembly show distinct differences from their iPhone 4S counterparts, although they may end up being functionally indistinguishable from the user’s perspective. The rear camera appears very similar to modules used in the last several generations of the iPhone, although it is lacking an associated LED flash.
How do you think new iPhone is shaping up so far?