iPhone 5 Leaks Accurate: Taller 4-Inch Display, Metal Back, New Dock Connector

The leaked parts of the next generation iPhone have indicated that it will come with a taller 4-inch display and a smaller dock connector making room for the headphone jack.

iMore now reports that according to its “reliable” sources, the leaked parts are accurate and Apple’s new iPhone, which is widely expected to be unveiled on September 12 will look like the physical mockups that were based on the leaked parts.

iMore reports:

iMore has learned that recent parts leaks and dummy phones are accurate representations of what the new iPhone (iPhone 5,1) will look like when Apple announces it on September 12, 2012. Almost identical in design to the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S, the major visible differences will include a 4-inch display with a 16:9 aspect ratio, a metallic plate across most the back, and a miniaturized Dock connector and relocated 3.5mm headset jack along the bottom.


Hands-on video of the physical mockup:

iMore has a good track record when it comes to Apple related rumors and was the first to report back in July that the hotly anticipated next-generation iPhone will be unveiled at a media event on September 12.

Apple’s September 12 event invite indicates that the next iPhone is going to be called the “iPhone 5“.

Will you buy the iPhone 5 if it looks like this?

[via iMore]