iResQ, the iPhone/iPod repair site, has posted pics of what they claim is the front faceplate of the next-gen iPhone. Two things about this piece of hardware are particularly interesting. First, the part is approximately 1/4 of an inch taller than the iPhone 3GS, indicative of a slightly taller form ...
If you've got an iPhone, but for whatever reason - you're in the military or you've got some sort of weird phobia - you need to have the camera removed, you're in luck. For just a hundred bucks, iResQ will do the job for you. The fee covers 3-way shipping (a box to you, then iPhone to iResQ and back ...
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