We’ve seen all kinds of part leaks but none of them showed the iPhone 5’s actual display. So far, that is.
Repair shop UBreakiFix has obtained photos of the full front panel coupled with the LCD display of the next-generation iPhone.
Their source confirmed that the new display is capped at four inches on the diagonal (up from 3.5-inches on the current-generation hardware), and that the pixel density is identical to the one found on the iPhone 4 and iPhone 4S (Retina display).
It would lend more credence to their report had they actually noted how their source turned on the display to confirm the pixel density. We’ll just have to go on faith with this one.
UBreakiFix also posted an enlarged photo showing the top side of the panel where the LCD connector and serial numbers can be seen.