A new video has surfaced that shows the next-generation iPhone's front glass panel.
The video was created by the Japanese site known as Macotakara, who makes a physical comparison of the new front plate to the current iPhone.
The video demonstrates how the new component is the same width as the iPhone 4S, however, it is taller measuring in at 4.07-inches. This lines up perfectly with the recent rumors that state that the next iPhone will only grow in height but not in width.
Tech site 9to5Mac recently leaked schematics that could be for the next-generation iPhone that also pointed to a similarly sized display.
This new schematic shows that the device has a diagonal opening on it that is slightly over 4-inches. If this design ends up being authentic, than the rumors of the new iPhone sporting a 4-inch display will be true.
According to 9to5Mac's calculations, this opening is less than 0.1-inch over 4-inches. This could accommodate a display that measures at 4-inches diagonally.
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The site cannot confirm that this schematic is legitimate, but there are too many signs pointing to a 4-inch display for the device not to feature one at this point.
9to5Mac also released images of a black and white back panel for the new iPhone earlier this week.
Both components appear to be made out of metal with an antenna band molded into the back plates.
By examining the pictures of the components, 9to5Mac was able to come to some conclusions regarding the features that will be included on the next-generation Apple smartphone.
The long rumored smaller dock connector is present on the backing and the earphone jack has been moved to the corner of the device.
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