An image of the next generation iPhone has been leaked on Monday by a Chinese language website called Apple.pro. This leaked image gives us a concept of what Apple’s next generation phone could look like. It is hard to tell that the length of the display will be except a side-by-side shot. The source said that the panel has a width very same to the current iPhone while the display is slightly longer. If you see carefully, the device’s front panel shows a centered FaceTime camera which is allocated above the earpiece.
IHS analyst Wayne Lam said, traditionally Apple sets three sensors on iPhone’s front – a proximity sensor, an ambient light sensor and an accelerometer. But, it is difficult to say identify which is which.
Aside from the longer display and a slight shift for the FaceTime camera, the front panel seems to be hugely unaltered from the current design, with enjoined circular home button which is located below the display and a proximity sensor to the left of the earpiece.
But, this is still an unofficial image. And, experience show that false or artificial images and specs of about Apple devices is not new. Hence, we can’t say for sure, whether the images are of the real iPhone 5 or not.