As the iPhone 5S nears mass production ahead of its launch this coming fall, leaks will undoubtedly kick into high gear. We saw the first few images of the completed display assembly for Apple’s iPhone 5S leak earlier this week, and now the first set of high-quality photos of the new iPhone’s panel have been published by Fanatic Fone. The high-resolution photos show the iPhone 5S display assembly next to an iPhone 5 display, and they clearly highlight all of the design changes found on the new panel. As was confirmed in a recent exclusive report from BGR, Apple’s upcoming iPhone 5S will feature a fairly significant internal redesign as Apple seeks to improve on the iPhone 5 and possibly make room for new components, such as a fingerprint scanner. Several photos of the iPhone 5S display follow below.
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Of note, while the Fantastic Fone website is new, BGR is familiar with the site’s owners and we have every reason to believe the display pictured below is authentic. The display below also matches photos of the unit pictured earlier this week.
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