New photos of Apple’s upcoming iPhone 5S were published on Monday. The images were posted by MacRumors, and they appear to show the inside and back of Apple’s next-generation iPhone. A few new things can be gleaned compared to the iPhone 5S photos that leaked earlier: First, Apple’s processor is seated on the board in this latest leak, and it appears to confirm that the A7 will indeed power the iPhone 5S, as has been rumored for months now. In addition, one photo appears to show a dual-LED flash with two different colored LED bulbs. This might suggest that Apple’s new iPhone will include a flash that projects different colored light depending on the surrounding lighting, so that the highest-quality photos possible are captured. Apple’s next-generation iPhone includes an extensive internal overhaul, as revealed by BGR, and it may also feature a fingerprint scanner when it launches this fall. The leaked iPhone 5S photos can be seen below.
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