The next generation iPod Touch is expected to be launched in the fall of this year and there are already widespread speculations over the various new features that this new iPod Touch model could come with. One of the most talked about feature is the camera.
You may remember that the current model of iPod Touch too was widely speculated to come with a rear-facing camera though it is learned that Apple scrapped the feature eventually.
With the launch of the new FaceTime video calling feature on iPhone 4, chances of the new iPod Touch getting a front-facing camera to support FaceTime are now extremely high. These speculations have now received a boost with recently leaked pictures of what an iPhone parts supplier claims is the front LCD and bezel of the fourth generation iPod Touch. The part contains a hole on the front-side that could potentially house a camera for FaceTime calling. Interestingly, a high resolution image of the picture also reveals a stamp that indicates that this part could belong to Apple. Check out the images embedded below.