Dutch iPhone blog iphoneclub.nl is posting pictures of what it claims to be shots of the new iPhone. The photos reportedly come from an accessory vendor who received a model early for the purpose of getting accurate measurement for things like cases.
The photos reportedly show an iPhone with a definitive curve to the bottom and rounded edges similar to the MacBook Air. The site speculates that the curved bottom is intended to hold a larger battery required to power the energy-hungry 3G antenna.
Take the photos with a grain of salt, though. Faking Apple news and photos has become a favorite pastime to many people.
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