Apple fan site iLabFactory have built what is supposed to be an iPhone 5 using parts obtained from the Apple supply line in China.
Looking at the images provided, the overall build of the device isn’t very far removed from that of the iPhone 4 and 4s.
The major differences in design is the removal of the glass back found on the 4 and 4s – which has been replaced by a solid metal case – and the change of port on the bottom, now carrying the smaller 19-pin port that has been rumoured to replace the 30-pin design found on current iPhones and iPods.
The headphone jack has also been relocated to the bottom of the device so it apes the same design seen in the iPod touch range.
The screen is also larger – meaning the device is slightly longer – but the profile of the iPhone 5 shown is also thinner than current iPhones.
You can check out the images in the gallery below, courtesy of iLab.