iFixYouri have created a possible diagram of the iPhone 5 internals by piecing the photos of the leaked iPhone 5 parts and logicboard together. This could be probably on par for what Apple has in store for the real-life iPhone 5.
In the lab, by examining the leaked iPhone motherboard part, repair firm iFixYouri flattened, scaled, printed out the various parts and overlaid on logic board for comparison. Taking on the parts measurements and outputs into consideration, many of these leaked parts fitted together nicely on the motherboard making us to believe that all parts are legitimate.
9to5Mac, however, points that the SIM card slot appears to be more along the size of the current Micro-SIM-standard found in the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S. This is in contrast to the previous leaks which suggested a smaller, nano-SIM standard slot. Does it mean that Apple engineers are testing SIM Card components for both sizes?
The leakage of individual iPhone 5 parts every now and then is likely a sign that we’re getting closer and closer to launch. The iPhone 5 is widely expected to debut in September and fresh leaks are likely to increase over the next few weeks. A taller, thinner, four-inch display with a 640 x 1136 resolution, centered facetime and an improved processor are rumored in addition to LTE, NFC capabilities.