Continuing their coverage of iPhone part leaks, Nowhereelse.fr is directing attention to a forum on Chinese site Weiphone, wherein photos of the logic board for the next-generation iPhone have been posted. These photos show both the front and back of the logic board and outline a distinct difference compared to the logic boards found in the iPhone 4 and 4S.
Digging deeper still, the screw holes found on the logic board for attachment purposes, line up precisely with next-generation iPhone enclosures that have leaked. Sadly, much of the shielding on the board is in place, and little is known about what is exactly on the board. Also worth noting is the fact that these images were posted by the same individual who posted images of the iPhone 4S’ logic board around the same time last year.
It seems that we are now beginning to see what the next-generation iPhone will look like both inside and out. I suppose we’ll see what Apple has up it’s sleeve on September 12th, the rumored date the company will be introducing the new iPhone alongside a new, smaller iPad.