More iPhone 5 comparison pictures pop up

French Web site Nowhereelse.fr is back with several more comparison shots -- this time of a fully assembled iPhone 5.

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The iPhone 5 pictures just keep on leaking.

French blog Nowhereelse.fr has another round of pictures of the next iteration of the iPhone, generally dubbed the iPhone 5.

While yesterday's batch of pictures showed the front face of the next iPhone stacked up against an iPhone 4 or iPhone 4S, today's set features a fully assembled iPhone 5 next to the existing versions.

The phone is placed next to what is labeled as iPhone 4, as well as an iPhone 3GS, which the site mistakenly refers to as an iPhone 3.

CNET contacted Apple for comment, and we'll update the story when the company responds.

The pictures fall in line with the wave of rumors that have popped up for the next iPhone, which includes a longer body and larger display. The next iPhone is widely expected to also be able to tap into faster 4G LTE networks. Apple is expected to unveil the next iPhone at an event in San Francisco on September 12, though that is completely unofficial at this point.

There's an intense buildup of anticipation for the new smartphone because it marks the first time in more than two years that the iPhone will get a new design, with the iPhone 4S getting only software and internal updates.

For more information on the next iPhone, check out CNET's rumor roundup page.

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