**Editor's Note: Click here for our list of April's hottest selling smartphones to see how the iPhone 5 fared against the competition.**
We got our first look this week at what might be some internal components of Apple's new iPhone 5S.
You might need to be a tech geek to appreciate it, but a vibrating motor assembly, Wi-Fi flex cable ribbon, ear-speaker bracket, loudspeaker bracket and SIM card tray are among the photos that a source passed along to BGR.
Most analysts are now predicting we won't see the 5S until at least September. Peter Misek, an analyst with Jefferies & Co., said this week on Bloomberg TV that an iPhone release as early as June – which was the most talked-about date a few weeks ago – is "not going to happen," based on the 400 suppliers that his company tracks. Production on the device will likely start next month, he said.
Like the iPhone 4S was to the 4, don't expect a major design change with the 5S, compared to last year's iPhone 5. Misek and other insiders believe the processor will be faster and the camera will be upgraded to 12 megapixels. There's also speculation that the smartphone will feature a fingerprint sensor behind the home button for added security.
Follow senior online managing editor @Craig_Galbraith on Twitter.