We're hearing more and more about the upcoming iPhone 5 -- or "new iPhone," if Apple drops numbers this time, as it did with its iPad.
The Wall Street Journal expects the new phone to be unveiled Sept. 12 during an upcoming Apple "event."
But a sneak peek of what it may look like has some reviewers unimpressed.
Leaked photos from the i-Lab factory -- an Apple parts supplier and repair company-- are supposedly the real thing.
They show a next generation iPhone with a slightly larger screen (it appears to be taller) and a smaller connector plug. That plug is itself the subject of much criticism, because current chargers and docks would no longer work.
Other changes in the photos include the headphone connector moved to the bottom, and larger speaker.
Watch a video below that allegedly shows the housings and parts of the next iPhone:
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