A new video has leaked onto the net today that shows what could be the back plate for the next-generation iPhone.
This is not the first time this component has popped up.
Back in May, high resolution photos of both black and white next-generation iPhone backs appeared on various tech sites.
The backs in the images and in the new video show a new, thinner design for the iPhone with a smaller dock connector, new speaker grills, and a new metal back plate.
The video of the new component was posted up by a parts reseller known as ETradeSupply. The company gives a hands-on demonstration of the iPhone part.
Other discoveries can be made in the video regarding the new iPhone including a new unibody-integrated approach for the antenna band and back portions of the device, along with a relocated headphone jack now at the bottom. It is also longer, which shows that the next-generation iPhone will most likely feature a larger display.
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The video's creator also points out that he believes the SIM card that will be used in the next-generation iPhone will be smaller than the MicroSIM used in the iPhone 4S. He comes up with this by examining a SIM card holder piece that is smaller in the new iPhone component.
Apple is expected to feature a smaller SIM card in its next-generation smartphone.
The company is also rumored to be releasing the new handset during the fall.
Other rumored specifications for the new iPhone include a 4-inch Retina display and 4G LTE connectivity.
Rumored names for the device include "the new iPhone" and the iPhone 5.
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