A parts supplier has managed to get hold of an alleged part for the next iPhone, and has posted a hands-on video.

Recently, we reported that alleged parts for Apple’s sixth-generation iPhone have emerged showing a taller device with a metal back that could come in a variety of colours. Now, a parts seller has revealed a hands on video showing the new parts in more detail.

Cydiablog reports that eTradeSupply has received the leaked parts, and has noted several significant changes to the design. These changes include a taller, 4in screen, a thinner profile, a metal back, a repositioned headphone jack, a redesigned dock connector, a smaller SIM tray for the new nano-SIM, and enhanced speaker grills.

It is unclear whether or not the part is a legitimate Apple component, but nonetheless it’s the most convincing one we’ve seen this year.

Take a look at eTradeSupply’s video below:

Read more about Apple’s next iPhone here.