Even More iPhone 5 Pictures Surfaces, Shows Size Comparison To iPhone 4 / 3GS [IMAGES]

Most of the leaked pictures claiming to be the next iPhone has surfaced. The “iPhone 5”, as its called, has shown alongside the iPhone 4 and an iPhone 3GS side-by-side for the best comparison of the three devices sizes.

Just twelve days left for the next-generation iPhone announcement, and that which is rumored to be the iPhone 5, and like so many of the recent leaks, this newer one arrives in a different fashion from the French blog Nowwherelse.fr. The source shown off most of next-gen iPhone bits and pieces, today sees another way of comparison of the iPhone 5 and the iPhone 4S, and even though its proved that the new device was longer that its prdecessor, the image certainly pust things into perspective.

The iPhone 5 is clearly shown itself that it’s taller than the iPhone 4, as you can see in these images below:

What about the elongated form factor? The thickness of the new handset is also patently obvious hen placed next to the iPhone 4 / 4S and even when kept beside the iPhone 3GS. Still retailing from three-and-half years old device was nice enough to hold, and though it didn’t feel graceful and smooth when its first began retailing in 2009, the next iPhone makes it look a instantly solid.

The next iPhone is also significantly thinner than iPhone 4 and iPhone 3GS and along with other space-saving techniques – including a nano-SIM tray and smaller dock connector – have allowed the iPhone 5 to hold the coveted title of thinnest iPhone to date.

The new iPhone being the first iOS device comes integrated with a quad-core processor and LTE, we can expect a butter smooth experience complimented by the upcoming iOS 6 mobile operating system. The next device, it is considered, will be announced on September 12th, with the release date arriving some seven to eleven days later on Sept. 21st.

The pictures mostly correspond with past image leaks, but it’s always possible these aren’t real at all and are just elaborate mockups. What looks to be the most significant version leap since the Retina-toting iPhone 4 replaced the 3GS all that time ago.