It’s expected that the next-gen iPhone will launch in September, which means that Apple has approximately two more months to keep the specs, design, and availability a mystery. But that seems to be proving difficult, as a brand new video has just hit the web courtesy of Macotakara.
There is also an obviously smaller mini-port not unlike the 19-pin mini connector we’ve confirmed here at TechCrunch, and a new speaker grill down at the bottom.
Along with the video came a full gallery of photos from iLab, which seems to reaffirm that centered Facetime camera up front that we’d heard about. Interestingly enough, Macotakara also seems to have additional pieces of the phone that they show off in the video.
Check out the video and images after the break.
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