A video showing what may be Apple’s next-generation iPhone has emerged on YouTube from Japanese tech site, Macotakara.
The device shown is the purported phone made from alleged iPhone 5 parts and components which became available through various online retailers.
Japanese website iLab were the assemblers behind the device, and believe that the retail version of the iPhone 5 will appear very similar, if not the same.
The phone features a smaller dock connector, an elongated display, a centred front FaceTime camera, and a rear metal plate – elements which are rumoured to be featured on the forthcoming phone.
Apple are also hosting an event on 12 September, which is rumoured to be the unveiling of the iPhone 5, with a release shortly after on Friday 21 September.