The launch of a 4-inch screen iPhone has yet to be confirmed, however, a manufacturer is reportedly already producing cases for the device.
According to mobilefun.co.uk, new leaks of what appear to be the cases of the future iPhone have surfaced and they seem to confirm that the device will feature design changes.
The manufacturer has reportedly begun producing and even marketing the new cases, adding that he is willing to guarantee their validity and to ship replacements for free if that Apple will launch a different handset.
According to mobilefun.co.uk, he listed the three major changes that may appear in the next iPhone as compared to the current 4S:
1. The phone is much bigger, measuring 58.47 mm wide, 123.83 mm high and 7.6 mm thin. The screen is 4″.
2. The earphone jack has been relocated to the bottom of the phone.
3. The dock connector is much smaller, similar in size to micro USB.
Besides these changes, the site notes that other specs appear to be modified as well.
The images show that bigger speaker grilles are featured on the bottom of the smartphone and the rear panel has a two-color aluminum design that separates the main rear cover from the antennae.
4G LTE connectivity and the new iOS 6 are also expected to be included in the much-anticipated device.