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As the tech world fanfare continues to churn out iPhone 5 rumours, newly leaked images have claimed to out the front panel of the next-generation iPod Touch, hinting at a new 4.1-inch screen inclusion.
Offering potential insight into Apples plans for its next-generation PMP, as well as the long awaited iPhone 5 handset, the latest claimed leaks have showcased a component largely similar in design to the current-generation models, only with a larger void for an upscaled screen.
One of the most heavily rumoured features expected to touch down on the iPhone 4S replacing new iPhone 5 later this year, the new reports are the first to speculate on a revision of the iPod Touchs display, suggesting Apple is to rollout a new screen standard across its full range of portable devices.
Tipped as the last handset to have been worked on, designed and developed by the talismanic Apple co-founder and former CEO Steve Jobs prior to his death, the heavily rumoured Apple iPhone 5 is seemingly set to come in for a complete overhaul ahead of its expected October release.
As well as making the jump to a quad-core processor and improving the camera optics, a number of recent iPhone 5 rumours have suggested the handset will see the Cupertino based company move on from its previously stoic 3.5-inch form factor in favour of a larger display and all new handset design.