The above video was produced by Japanese blogsite Macotakara showing what is purportedly a black-colored front digitizer screen for the upcoming next-generation iPhone. And so far, this information seems to show consistency between blueprints (below), photographs and videos.
It clearly (no pun intended) shows how the screen area is taller than the current 3.5" version, and if legitimate, indicates that the new screen's diagonal dimension is 4.06", an increase in over one-half inch (0.56") over the present design - based upon the "unofficial" Apple drawings that were leaked yesterday on Apple blogsite 9to5Mac.com.
Furthermore, the drawings tend to corroborate with the "leaked" photos which were published on 9to5Mac.com yesterday showing very clear photos of the purported Aluminum rear cover panel of the next-generation device. Also clearly shown is the fact that the rear cover is NC-machined from a solid billet of material, as is evident in the "cutter path" lines shown in the lower view of the phone's inner chassis.
Below is a view of a white front bezel of the purported next-generation iPhone, showing a tremendous amount of detail. If this isn't a real production part, it certainly is a very advanced prototype in development.
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