A couple months ago, photos and video of what appeared to be the casing for the next generation iPhone leaked to the Web. Since then, more parts from Apple's highly anticipated new phone have been making their way out of factories in China, and now 9to5 Mac points to photos of a nearly completely assembled next gen iPhone courtesy of iLab.
The device, although obviously impossible to confirm, bears many rumored characteristics of the successor to the iPhone 4S, including a longer display and smaller 19-pin connector. It also has a unibody metal enclosure, larger speaker grill and a headphone jack at the bottom instead of the top.
Apple will finally take the wraps of the new iPhone in September or October. Until then, evidence is mounting that it will look something like this.
[via 9to5 Mac]