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Alleged packaging insert for the next iPhone shows off more of its design

For the past few months, there have been numerous reports about the upcoming iPhone. While there are still some areas that don't look to be quite solidified in terms of design, the one consistent part seems to be its front. Now, a new leak of what appears to the paper card insert that holds the SIM eject tool has arrived, showing off an illustration of next iPhone.

While there isn't much other detail to the image, it does give us a good look at the phone's display and how it will take up most of the real estate on the front part of the phone. Although it is good to know that at least the front of the device will look fairly sleek, what is perhaps more concerning is the placement of the Touch ID sensor. For the past few months, we have seen and read many different things about where the sensor would be relocated.

There have been rumors that Apple would relocate it to the rear, or that it might be embedded under the display, or it will be moved to the power button. Some have also speculated that the firm is working on something entirely, looking to replace Touch ID with 3D facial recognition. Whatever the solution, it looks like we will be waiting quite some time before finding out the truth as the iPhone isn't set to arrive until later in the year.

Source: Slashleaks via 9to5Mac

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