updated 10:23 am EDT, Thu June 7, 2012
Shows thinner dimensions, smaller dock connector
A new video depicts an alleged rear shell for the next-generation iPhone. Posted by a parts company known as ETrade Supply, the clip appears to back up photos from other sources showing a number of changes to the iPhone's design. These include a smaller dock connector, a relocated headphone jack, and a metallic back plate. The shell also makes the new iPhone thinner than the iPhone 4S, and includes a smaller SIM card slot.
In tandem with video of a front panel, the public may now now what the whole of the next-generation iPhone will look like. The phone is not expected to launch anytime soon, however. Most reports have pointed to the fall, typically in October. The iPhone 4S launched in October 2011.