New photos and a video have appeared online claiming to show the LCD, digitizer, and faceplate of the fourth-generation iPhone. Photos appearing on Apple.pro (Translated Link) show that the glass face, LCD, and digitizer are in fact all one piece, like the original iPhone, and not separate components as they are on the iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS. The faceplate is slightly taller than that of the iPhone and iPhone 3G/3GS, and features a circular hole to the left of the handset speaker that is supposedly for a front-facing camera. While an iLounge source with a trusted track record did not know whether the component was legitimately from the fourth-generation iPhone, a new video from Colombian repair shop SmartPhoneMedic shows what appears to be an identical part, which is again claimed to be the faceplate of a fourth-generation iPhone and is compared with that of an iPhone 3G. As Mac Rumors notes, while it is not unusual for Asian suppliers to offer claimed future-generation Apple product parts, many of the claims have not held up when compared with the actual product. Continue reading for more pictures and the video in embedded form.