Get out your salt shakers, it's alleged spy photo time!
iPhone repair site iResQ has what they claim are parts from the upcoming fourth-generation Apple iPhone, due to be launched later this year. According to photos on the site, the new iPhone's front panel (right, above) will be approximately 1/4" taller than the current iPhone 3GS (left, above).
The photos also show what iResQ is calling a "reflective surface" on the front panel just above the earpiece slot. And, of course, the photos show a cut-out for the Home button that looks suspiciously large.
Real? Fake? Whatever? Sound off in the comments! Me, I'm actually hoping for a slightly larger next-gen iPhone - I think it's time for a bigger, higher-res display.