Purported new iPhone parts pieced together to show assembled body

Alex Wagner
Editorial Director of News and Content from  Omaha, NE
| July 29, 2012

New iPhone parts assembled front leak

There's been a number of leaks and rumors claiming to either have information on Apple's next iPhone or show parts belonging to the device, and today all of those leaks have come together in a set of photos of what a fully assembled iPhone 5 may look like. The body was pieced together by iLab Factory, and it appears to include many of the different features that the new iPhone has been rumored to pack. That includes a taller display and relocated FaceTime camera in front, a back that features a metal panel sandwiched between black top and bottom plates, and then a headphone jack and smaller dock connector on the bottom.

While these photos don't contain any new information on the next generation iPhone, they do offer a look at what the device may look like if the various parts leaks that've been floating around hold true. Of course, we won't know if this is indeed the new iPhone until Tim Cook and Co. actually unveil the device, which is rumored to be going down in October. Considering how many times we've seen these same parts surface, though, there's certainly a chance that this is what Apple is planning to introduce later this year. What do you all make of the body in these shots? Would you buy the new iPhone if it looked like this? If you need additional photos to look over while you decide, you can find several more right here.

New iPhone parts assembled rear leak

Via 9to5 Mac, iLab Factory