Video claims to show new iPhone chassis
This article contains unofficial information.
With the expected introduction of the next-gen iPhone less than a week away, iPhone Portugal claims to have purchased the chassis of the new unit in China for an undisclosed sum. While it can't be determined if the frame belongs to a genuine Apple handset or a cheap Chinese knock-off, the piece of metal is said to be without any defects, but also without any stampings that trace it to Apple. There is also no difference between two separate chassis which is indicative of mass production. If you have ever wondered what an iPhone looks like stripped down to its most basic of parts, check out the pair of videos below.