iResQ, an iPhone repair site has published some interesting photos of what it claims are parts of the fourth generation iPhone – iPhone 4G, the yet-to-be released handset from Apple.
According to iResQ,
- The front face plate is approximately 1/4 of an inch taller than the iPhone 3GS.
- There is a small reflective strip located just above the speaker of the iPhone. It is likely to be the new location for iPhone’s proximity sensor rather than an indication of a front facing camera.
- LCD appears to be a factory glued to the digitizer like the first generation iPhone which implies higher replacement costs for customers.
Few days back, Korea Times reported that the iPhone 4G will have a removable battery, an OLED screen, a dual-core processor, more powerful graphics, a support for Video chat and an improved camera.
However, these specifications and pictures may or may not be the final design. So, lets wait till June when Apple is expected to release the iPhone 4G, to confirm how far these rumors are true.