The amount of claimed leaked next-generation iPhone parts we’re seeing is starting to get out of control. Yesterday we saw a purported dock connector for the handset, and now this.

The above photo is of what’s believed to be a complete front panel belonging to Apple’s next smartphone. It has the rumored elongated display, and a repositioned FaceTime camera…

MacRumors has the pics, which were uploaded by nationwide repair shop UBreakiFix. The firm says that it received the photos from one of their distributers and they appear legitimate.

The display in the next iPhone is said to measure 4-inches in diagonal, up from 3.5-inches, with a resolution of 1136 x 640. This theory has been corroborated by a number of news outlets, as well as a recent discovery that Apple’s upcoming software scales to fit such a display.

At this point, it’s hard to imagine that the designs seen in previous part leaks are anything but accurate. They’re Apple-like, they’re consistent, and there’s obviously a lot of them floating around.

Of course, Apple could still pull a 180 and surprise everyone at its iPhone event next month. But we’re not counting on it.