The first next-generation iPhone parts this year have (reportedly) just been leaked showing what could be the design of the speaker modules inside Apple’s upcoming iPhone 5S and iPhone 6.
Three distinct yet similar parts are being shown in the above image (courtesy of French site nowhereelse.fr) depicting what is said to be the speaker modules of the upcoming iPhone 5S and iPhone 6, compared to the existing iPhone 5 speaker unit.
It’s not much to go on, but it does seem that the iPhone 5S will employ a significantly larger speaker module, which lends credence to rumors that Apple will indeed introduce a larger handset this time around.
Rumors say the next-generation iPhone could sport a 4.8-inch display in what would be Apple’s answer to the army of Android-powered phablets flooding the market this year.
The alleged iPhone 6 component appears to be smaller. Analysts say this device won’t see the light of day until 2014.