updated 04:30 pm EDT, Mon March 29, 2010
Leak corroborates earlier reports
A video posted by the repair company SmartPhoneMedic allegedly shows the LCD and digitizer assembly for an upcoming iPhone design. The components show a similar overall appearance to a glass facade recently obtained by a different repair company, iResQ. Side-by-side comparisons with an iPhone 3G display indicate a slightly longer design with the unconfirmed panels.
Unlike the earlier photos, which showed the proximity sensor moved above the speaker, the latest images appear to place the sensor in a similar position to the current iPhone.
It is unclear if the lengthened LCD offers a higher resolution than the existing 480x320 component, which has been bested by a variety of other smartphones offering 800x480 touchscreens.
The authenticity of both LCD components remains unknown, as Apple has yet to provide any official details regarding a 2010 iPhone revision. [via Nowhereelse.fr]