MacPost has released a photo of a partial device showing what appears to be an iPhone 4-like design.
Market analyst have speculated that Apple will be launching two new iPhone models in mid-October. Those models are the iPhone 5 targeted, which is targeted at high-end consumers, and the iPhone 4S, a more budget-friendly device aimed at developing markets.
MacPost has reported that the low cost iPhone 4S option will have have cheaper components inside an iPhone 4 body. The iPhone 5 will, however, have a wider, taller, and thinner look with a curved back, according to MacPost.
Apple is also rumored to lanchthe iPhone 5 in coming weeks, and the smartphone could carry both CDMA and GSM radios. This according to MacPost will provide support to all major carrier in U.S. like Sprint, Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile.
The report also noted that the handset is likely to run on Qualcomm's dual-mode GSM/CDMA Gobi wireless chipset, which will support both CDMA and GSM networks in a single device.
Apple is still yet to confirm any of these rumors.