Seemingly bulletproof evidence has arrived that the 'leaked' iPhone 4G (as in fourth gen) shots from earlier today are absolutely real.
Gadget site Gizmodo has gotten its hands on the device - which was left in a San Joe pub - and claim "the overall quality feels exactly like a finished final Apple phone," and the possibility that the device is a fake "is almost none," it says.
Although the leaked phone won't turn on (Apple allegedly remotely 'killed' the device) Gizmodo has devised that it features a front-facing video camera, improved back camera with flash, Micro-SIM capability, improved display, secondary mic for noise cancellation and a larger battery.
The new money-printing toy is also said to introduce OS 4, which will include multitasking support for third-party apps. The next-gen iPod's also said to sport higher resolution and a faster CPU, though this is unconfirmed.
The alleged upgrades would of course have massive implications for Apple gaming, as iPhone 4G games would have both more power and pixel space to work with, plus the opportunity to run in the background - excellent for persistent games ala Animal Crossing.