In case you still had any doubts, here's the definitive proof: The screenshot of the videoconferencing iPhone is just a doctored screen which uses the bottom menu of the Skype application (Skype icon conveniently obscured by the lamesite's watermark).
Most of the rumors and speculation say that there wasn't going to be video-conferencing in the new iPhone 3G 2009. However, a last-minute batch of images point to the contrary. Or do they? Update
Walt Mossberg of the WSJ is known for getting iPhone hardware weeks ahead of time, so did he unintentionally confirm twice, in his Palm Pre review, that Apple will launch new hardware at WWDC?
As I said, leaks are increasing as we approach WWDC '09. Engadget now says that a "trusted source" claims 4, 8, 16, and 32GB iPhones. "If true," Chris says, "this would lend credence to the belief that Apple will be introducing at least two new models this summer."
I'm looking at these images from a Hong Kong blog, and they totally look like The Real Thing™ to me. Sure they are blurry, but those applications' user interface definitely screams Apple design. The gallery shows the compass and autofocus in action—which can't work in current hardware.
MacRumors is claiming that this may be the new iPhone 3G 2009, which looks more or less like the current one, but with a matte finish. I hope it's true, because I love the dark gun finish.
Wholesaler China Ontrade.com has posted parts from the next-generation iPhone 3G 2009: The LCD screen and the middle internal bezel. They even have pictures comparing the new parts to the old ones: