Now that we’ve seen more than our fair share of iPhone 6 mockups, it’s nice that we now might finally be getting to see pictures of actual iPhone 6 parts. Nowhereelse.fr has posted a new leaked picture that purportedly shows the iPhone 6’s LCD backlight panel for the first time and it’s supposedly from the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 model.
Nowhereelse.fr can’t completely vouch for the photo’s authenticity but it does offer up some evidence suggesting that it’s genuine. In the first place, the design of the leaked iPhone 6 panel is almost exactly the same as the LCD backlight panel in the iPhone 5s. However, Nowhereelse.fr notices that the length and positioning of the panel’s connector cable are both different from what we see on the 5s’s panel, which means that this isn’t just some old picture of a 5s panel that someone is passing off as an iPhone 6 panel.
Although we know that the first version of the iPhone 6 will have a display with a diagonal of 4.7 inches, we aren’t quite certain yet of the display’s resolution. According to two different reports from two very solid sources, the display might have a resolution of either 1,334 x 750 pixels or 1,704 x 960 pixels. It seems that Apple is still testing out different resolutions on the display for the iPhone 6 and that the device’s final specs are still up in the air. Unfortunately, this new leak doesn’t do anything to tell us what resolution the iPhone 6’s final display will actually have.
Be sure to check out Nowhereelse.fr’s picture of the purported iPhone 6 LCD backlight panel below.