As noted by 9to5Mac, a new photo has surfaced online that could be the front panel for the next-generation iPhone in white. While the photo does show a centered FaceTime camera as rumored, the credibility and validity of this image cannot yet be verified.
Apple’s next-generation iPhone is expected to be thinner with a larger 4-inch display, aluminum unibody chassis and smaller 19-pin dock connector. The home button is expected to remain a part of the new iPhone, which is said to have a centered FaceTime camera, redesigned speaker grills and relocated headphone jack at the bottom of the handset.
Moreover, it is also widely expected that Apple’s next iPhone will be compatible with LTE networks and could feature NFC for mobile payments. The new iPhone will likely be released next September or October alongside the public release of the iOS 6 software update.