More images continue to leak of what appear to be parts for Apple’s upcoming iPhone 6. NoWhereElse.fr has again posted some of the clearest images of various leaked parts, this time showing us a closer look at the rear shell’s metal Apple logo insert and the formerly leaked external camera ring.
Other pictures share what appear to be smaller parts, such as the Lightning connector port, the headphone jack ring, SIM card slot clasp and more:
A separate post shows the iPhone 6 motherboard placed alongside an iPhone 5c for reference, with optical cables for the Lightning port and headphone jack, plus the cable for the new side sleep/wake button placed in the predicted orientation.
Last night we saw images leak of what claimed to be the iPhone 6 display unit and a batch of rear shell Apple logos.
Media sources say Apple is set to announce its iPhone 6 event on September 9. As we approach this date, expect more detailed leaks to emerge from the company’s iPhone supply chain, which has grown so large it’s now impossible to stop parts from ‘disappearing’.
Update: MacRumors has noticed the round True Tone flash part, seen for the first time in the batch of iPhone 6 parts leaked by NoWhereElse.fr. This marks the first time we have seen the part, clarifying why rear shells of the iPhone 6 have shown a round hole for the flash, opposed to the pill-shaped True Tone flash found on the iPhone 5s: