Well, the next iPhone leaks have been like a leaky faucet today. It’s just one after the other. The latest, again from 9to5Mac, show the white and black iPhones from behind. You’ll notice the white one hasn’t had the FCC stamp engraved, but the black one does, so they may be pieces that haven’t been finished or are for prototyping purposes. One thing is looking increasingly certain, that this is most likely the design of the next iPhone.
9to5Mac has pointed out some of the details from this images, such as the redesigned speaker grill, the relocation of the headphone jack (now on the bottom of the device), which I totally prefer. On the front of the device, Apple’s moved the Facetime camera above the ear speaker for some reason. The display has obviously gotten taller, while staying at the same width of the iPhone 4/4S. The screen should measure about 4-inches diagonally and contain a resolution of 1136 x 640, which would have about the same pixel density (326ppi) as the iPhone 4/4S, so it will still be a Retina display.
With the back and sides of the device all one piece, it looks like this is Apple’s way of getting close to a uni-body iPhone. One thing that can be confirmed is that the home button will remain on the next iPhone, so any thoughts of a “virtual” home button, can be squashed.
What do you all think? Are you a fan of the new design? Do you like the new back with the two-tone design? Let us know.