Major part leaks for the next iPhone, including the battery and inside casing are "a perfect fit" according to an online repair company.
An electronics repair firm attaches new docking port and headphone jack assembly to the frame of what is believed to be the next generation of Apple's smartphone.
Apple's next iPhone appears to be noticeably thinner than its predecessor based on newly-leaked photos.
Earlier this week iPhone repair site iResQ posted photos of what its claims are fourth-generation iPhone parts.
I've never used a tech repair place before (I like fixing things myself), but I recently had to, when it came to my iPad and Pentax camera. And it was actually a good experience.
Blurry images of logic board show internal chipset but no processor, while a single photo purportedly shows the sync cable for the much-rumored, smaller USB docking port.
Another tempting glimpse of the iPhone 5, as assembled bits of casing 'fit perfectly' together.
Delaying paying to Apple for replacement, and getting the most out of each charge.
The iPhone 5 rumors culminated today, 12 September, with Apple's announcement of the iPhone 5 with bigger screen and 4G LTE. Read CNET's iPhone 5 coverage.