iPhone 5 mockup with OpenStreetMap looks pretty sleekEver wonder what the rumored 4” iPhone might look like with iOS 6 running? So far we’ve only seen leaked photos of alleged iPhone 5 components and mockups of iOS 6 and its rumored Maps app, but thanks to The Verge’s forum member, gizmosachin, he has managed to come up with a mockup of his own that has thrown together all the various rumors and leaked components into a single iPhone device (pictured above). Now assuming the leaked components and rumors are to be believed, what seems to be the general consensus is that the iPhone 5 will feature a 4” “longer” display, although admittedly upon first glance you wouldn’t really be able to notice.

He has also photoshopped an image of OpenStreetMap into the picture, which is reportedly what Apple will be replacing Google Maps with on the iPhone. Apart from the slightly “longer” display and the use of OpenStreetMap, we have to say that this mockup is reminiscent of the iPhone 4/4S albeit thinner. One of his mockups includes an all-black iPhone where the antenna around the phone has been painted black as well and looks pretty sleek. If you’d like to check out the rest of the mockups, head on over to The Verge’s forums for the pictures!

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