iPhone 5 screen surfaces - suggests thinner bezel

There have been several rumours that the iPhone 5 will have a bigger screen size, with some suggesting that it will feature an edge-to-edge display. And, according to a pic appearing on a Chinese website (which deals in and resells iPhone parts), that could be the case.

The picture shows what is claimed to be the digitiser panel of a fifth gen iPhone, and if genuine, the bezel is markedly thinner than the one on the iPhone 4. It therefore allows for a larger display within the same sized body as the current generation handset. Indeed, it matches other suggestions circulating around the web that the iPhone 5 will feature a 4-inch screen.

Obviously, it's early days yet, and we're pretty sure that Cupertino has its hands full prepping the launch of the iPad 2 (on Wednesday), so it could be some time before we see whether this sheet of plastic ever makes it onto a device.

There's no point hanging around in Californian bars just yet.

What are your thoughts on the forthcoming iPhone 5? With such amazing Android handsets announced at MWC, do you still care? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below...



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