Yep, even more iPhone 5 photos leak

This time, pictures feature a side-by-side comparison of the front component against the iPhone 4S.

French Web site Nowhereelse.fr has alleged images of the next iPhone. Screenshot by Roger Cheng/CNET

So much for Apple's veil of secrecy.

Another set of pictures and a video have emerged purportedly comparing the front face of the next iPhone, which many have taken to calling the iPhone 5, next to the face of an iPhone 4S. While the alleged images offer little in the way of new information beyond prior leaks, they offer up a good look at how the next iPhone may stack up against Apple's current flagship smartphone.

For the full set of images and videos, check out French Web site Nowhereelse.fr.

Of course, the photos could be fake, and Apple isn't in the habit (okay, that's an understatement) of confirming these kinds of reports. CNET contacted Apple, and we'll update the story if the company responds.

If accurate, the photos would confirm the general consensus that the next iPhone will feature a larger screen. The larger screen will likely be welcome as the rest of the smartphone industry has opted for bigger displays and designs.

The iPhone is expected to get a bump from 3.5 inches to 4 inches.

We'll know more when Apple makes its official announcement, widely expected to be set for September 12. Until then, check out CNET's rumor roundup for the latest tidbits on the next iPhone.

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Roger Cheng is the executive editor in charge of breaking news for CNET News. Prior to this, he was on the telecommunications beat and wrote for Dow Jones Newswires and The Wall Street Journal for nearly a decade. He's a devoted Trojan alum and Los Angeles Lakers fan.

 

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