WWDC 2012 is just around the corner and rumors for Apple’s next gen products are all time high. Internet is flooded with pictures of the cabinet, which could mount the next iPhone. 9to5Mac publishes a new post with all the details related to this piece, which may be a copy parts of the future iPhone.
In the picture above we can see both black and white version of the case. Both are made of aluminum but the design is divided in two horizontal strips that may be necessary to create the unibody without affecting the smooth operation of the antenna.
The case also reveals a docking port for smaller and a redesign for the microphone and speaker grilles. The audio jack moves to the bottom of the terminal and the iPod Touch and turn from their usual location at the top.
Between the rear camera and LED flash hole we can see a new hole. According to 9to5Mac, that could be the new position of the secondary microphone that Apple has placed there to improve the extraction of audio for video recording.
Finally, the front of the terminal reveals a new position for FaceTime camera which is now just above the speaker to listen during a call. The Home button is still there and the screen is as wide as the current but height is increased to 3.99 inches (1136 × 640 pixels resolution).