Apparently, the iPad 4G that was lost in a Redwood City bar was real after all. The folks at Gizmodo managed to get their grubby mits on it and, in true nerd fashion, they've pulled it apart and looked inside. They found a front-facing video camera, which on its own is enough to build fiendish anticipation for this gadget.
The iPhone 4G will also have an improved rear-facing camera with a flash, micro-SIM instead of a standard SIM, an improved display with a higher resolution than the 3GS, a secondary noise-cancellation mic, split volume buttons, and metallic power/mute/volume buttons. The back is entirely flat and either made of glass or ceramic/plastic. Tapping the back apparently makes a hollow sound.
This could be a sign that the iPhone 4G will sport a touch-sensitive case. There is an aluminium border going around the outside of the phone, and the screen seems to be slightly smaller than the 3GS. The 4G is 3 grams heavier and has a 16% larger battery.
So far, this iPhone seems to be the real deal. The components are all Apple made, and Gizmodo says the product feels and works like Apple hardware. When plugged in, a Mac recognizes it as an iPhone and attempts to connect it to iTunes. If this thing is a fake, it is the most detailed fake in the history of fake product leaks.