Apple’s (AAPL) sixth iPhone is at least nearing mass production at this point, and as we all know, Foxconn’s factories tend to leak like a sieve in the months leading up to an iPhone launch. We’ve seen plenty of parts, including a fully assembled case examined on video, and now we may be looking at the next-generation iPhone’s final design. The device pictured above, which was leaked by cell phone case vendor, shows a phone that very closely resembles earlier leaks. The images do not appear to show a working next-generation iPhone, but it is likely a build based on leaked final specs that Asian manufacturers used to build and test third-party iPhone cases. Apple’s next iPhone is expected to feature a 4-inch display, a new 19-pin dock connector, a thinner case, 4G LTE and NFC when it launches this fall.

[Via Gizmodo]


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