New iPhone 5S parts leak, again pointing to internal overhaul

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iPhone 5S Parts Leak

iPhone 5S Parts Leak

We already know Apple’s next-generation iPhone 5S is getting an extensive internal overhaul following BGR’s exclusive report from last month, and now new purported components have leaked that once again show several internal design changes. Mobile accessory and component retailer TVC-Mall on Friday posted images and details surrounding two new parts it claims are included in Apple’s upcoming iPhone 5S.

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The first is the “dock connector charging port flex cable,” which also includes the handset’s headphone jack, and the second is listed as a “replacement ringer speaker Dock connector module.” TVC-Mall has posted parts from unannounced Apple devices in the past that were subsequently proven authentic once Apple released the associated devices.

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Photos of both components follow below, as do comparison photos detailing the changes between these new parts and their counterparts in the iPhone 5.

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