As we inch closer to the rumored release date of the next-generation iPhone, more images of parts continue to appear online. The newest leaks, first posted by Apple.club.tw, apparently show the rear shell and flex cable of the 4.7-inch iPhone 6.
The rear shell looks extremely similar to previous leaks, showing an embedded Apple logo and the usualantenna breaks. As we reported yesterday, a new report says the logo might light up when a new email, SMS, message, or update arrives. But more than likely, the logo will just look similar to the version found on an iPad.
A look at the ‘iPhone 6′ flex cable.
Another new image shows the apparent Lightning and headphone flex cable from the bottom of the handset. It is slightly different than the same part found in the iPhone 5s.
Currently, rumors say both a 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch version of the new handset will be produced. While weve seen a number of parts from the smaller version, images from the phablet have been non-existent.