A set of photos of round-shaped dual-LED flash units and other parts claimed to be of the 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch versions of the upcoming iPhone, were published by a Chinese electronics wholesaler, amid ongoing rumors that Apple Inc.’s (NASDAQ:AAPL) next phone, presumably called the “iPhone 6,” could feature a redesigned “True Tone” flash. 

The photos, published by ElekWorld, show various parts, including purported iPhone 6 power flex cables with round-shaped and multi-colored flash assemblies. The cables are shown to be offered for both 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch versions of the phone, and also apparently feature a dual-LED flash.

The images of the round-shaped flash also lend credence to a series of recently leaked images of iPhone 6 rear shells, which are shown to feature a circular opening for the rear camera's flash unit. Various reports speculated at the time that the spherical opening was a placeholder for the pill-shaped port, which is found on the iPhone 5s, Apple Insider reported.

iPhone6_TrueTone_flash iPhone 6 True Tone flash units. Photo: ElekWorld

The True Tone flash was introduced with the iPhone 5s last year. Apple had said at the time that the dual-LED flash helps balance color temperature while taking photos in low-light situations.

The latest set of images also show that the "sleep/wake actuator," or the Power button, is located on one end of the flex cable, which suggests that the button could be relocated to the side of the iPhone 6 as rumored in earlier reports.

ElekWorld also leaked photos of what is said to be the loudspeaker assembly of the iPhone 6. The photos suggest that the new speaker is a slightly redesigned version of what's found in the iPhone 5s.

The appearance of leaked components for both versions of the iPhone 6 is another indication that Apple could announce and release both models at about the same time, 9to5Mac reported.

According to rumors, the iPhone 6 is expected to be unveiled on Sept. 9 at a media event. The iPhone 6 is likely to feature a faster A8 processor, an improved camera, a more secure Touch ID Fingerprint scanner, iOS 8, Near Field Communication and a stronger battery.