Leaks of Apple's iPhone 6 just keep coming.
This time the images show the 4.7-inch model with the front panel and rear shell attached.
According to MacRumors, the new device will be approximately 7 mm thick, significantly thinner than the iPhone 5S, which is about 7.6 mm thick.
Some other physical changes expected on the iPhone 6 include a relocated power button, redesigned speaker holes, an embedded Apple logo and rounded corners. It's also been reported that the new smartphone could feature a display screen made of sapphire glass, which is scratch resistant.
While the company has not confirmed any release date, it's widely expected the company will unveil the next generation iPhone on Sept. 6.
With the purported release date less than a month away, there's been no shortage of leaks. Last week several new images were published by TMZ. The media company reportedly got the images from a source who had ties with someone who worked at Foxconn, which is one of Apple's primary iPhone manufacturers.
Check out MacRumors website to see the newly released images.
—By CNBC.com staff