A new photo allegedly showing a fifth-generation iPhone part has been recently uncovered by Apple.pro. The back panel still has a camera lens hole on the left side, but the LED flash is located on the far right side, Apple Insider reports.
This greater distance between the lens and the LED flash may contribute to better quality photos and could also reduce the occasional red eye effect.
The "iPhone 5" photo was found on a microblog but its reliability could not be attested. This latest photo upholds information previously leaked about the fifth-generation iPhone. A photo of a third-party case posted on the Internet suggested that Apple had changed the camera flash and lens positioning and was planning to use an edge-to-edge display.
The camera lens and the LED flash are currently one component on the iPhone 4.
Apple.pro has hosted many leaks regarding Apple hardware before. One of them is the tiny touchscreen that became the main feature of the iPod nano.
The same site suggested in February that the Cupertino giant was testing three smartphone prototypes for a possible launch. One model allegedly incorporated a physical slide-out keyboard although the rumours regarding such a keyboard soon died out.