Apple service center iResQ gives us a sneak peak at the new iPhone 4G screen, and surprisingly, “the LCD is factory glued to the digitizer on this 4G wannabe (like on the original iPhone), as opposed to them being separate elements on the 3G and 3GS.” Continue reading to see the backside.

But most notable about this face part is the fact that it’s roughly 1/4-inch taller than previous generations. Your guess is as good as ours as to why it’s taller, since the screens themselves seems very similarly sized.

[via Engadget]