iPhone 5 fully assembled images leaked

Leaked photos claim to be completed iPhone 5

Images of a fully assembled Apple iPhone 5 smartphone have been leaked online.

There have been various leaks of the iPhone 5 over the weeks and months but none claiming to be the final and completed design. The images come from iLab Factory and show what it says is a completed handset. See also: iPhone 5 release date, specs and rumour round-up.

iLav Factory says the iPhone 5 will be lighter and thinner than previous generations. The images show a similar design to the iPhone 4S but with a few changes.

Most importantly we can see, consistent with other leaks, a smaller 19-pin docking connector. This has speakers either side of it and also on the bottom is a 3.5mm headphone jack, previously mounted on the top with the on/off button.

Also apparent is the larger size of the screen, one of the most rumoured things about the iPhone 5 with many touting 4in as the choice. The front facing camera has been repositioned while the rear comprises of a metal and glass combination.

Many rumours have been pointing towards a September release for the iPhone 5. However, we heard recently it would be unveiled on 7 August so stay tuned for more as we approach the next generation iPhone.

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