The image above was featured on Pocket-Init and is reportedly taken from inside the Wintek factory in China and is said to show workers building screens for Apple’s fifth-generation iPhone, it doesn’t seem there is a lot going on here but if you look closer its might show some indication of what is to come when the iPhone 5 is released.

The first thing we noticed is that the home button isn’t around anymore it seems like the button is actually a square shaped space, which boasts the rumour that Apple may add a gesture-based home button like a mini trackpad for a phone.

This image also shows a thinner bezel on each side to make room for a much larger display tieing in with other rumors that the new iPhone 5 will have a bigger, edge to edge display at around 4 inches, which is much larger than the current 3.5-inch display.

We already know that the Wintek factory has built touch screens for the previous iPhone 4, which makes it a very good possibility they would also make the touch screen for the iPhone 5, but this does not prove this image is actually from the Wintek factory especially with the large amount of fake iPhone 5 videos and rumors around the internet at the moment.

But with the rumours of the new iPhone 5 being released in September, there is a huge possibility that the new iPhone will be in production very soon, but I am still not sure if this photo is real and I have a hunch that these photos might be completely fake.

What do you think? Do you think these images are fake or real? What do you think the iPhone will look like?

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