As you are probably aware by now, there's been a lot of speculation over the last couple of weeks about just what the next iPhone - and it's operating system, iOS 6 - will look like. Perhaps the biggest news is Apple will be going with an in-house mapping system and finally saying goodbye to Google Maps. Other rumored features include an overhaul of Apple's stock iOS apps, a new color scheme, and a larger body complete with bigger screen. Meanwhile, iOS 6 is expected to be getting Facebook integration and several features from OS X Mountain Lion.
Well, as often happens when rumors like this start flying, someone has put together some concept images that show what the new iPhone with iOS 6 will look like (assuming all the rumors are true). The images were put together by Apple Core Forums user gizmosachin. They show the new silver color scheme, the larger body and unibody frame, as well as Safari's new Chrome-like omnibox (a feature that's coming to Safari in Mountain Lion). You can check out the images below. If the information we've been seeing over the last couple of weeks really is accurate, then there's a good chance that the new iPhone will look a whole lot like what you're seeing: