The folks over at SmartPhone Medic who repair all things smartphone posted a video of what they're claiming to be the iPhone HD LCD display that doesn't look as ridiculous as failed display leaks from the past.  The part in question is only slightly taller than the current iPhone with a display that spans 3.7 inches instead of the 3.5 inches we're currently multi-touching.  This is the second display of its kind that has made its way to smartphone repair blogs with this same version first appearing over at iResQ.  Like the one shown in the video, the digitizer (the part that recognizes touches) is glued to the LCD, a part which is separate from the display in the three generations we've already seen.  Take a look at the video and match it to iResQ's below.


What do you think?  Real or fake?  Let us know in the comments.