When it rains, it pours, especially leaked parts related to Apple's soon-to-be-announced iPad Mini tablet.
Photos purportedly showing the almost 8-inch LCD screen that will front the new tablet, plus more shots of its batteries, appeared Tuesday.
The pics come courtesy of ETrade Supply, a smartphone parts supplier, and show the original equipment manufacturer pieces in what appears to be a factory setting.
Nothing new is revealed, though the leaks lend even further credence to claims the product exists.
TechRadar reported Monday that the 7.85-inch slate looks like it will have a 4,490mAh battery, one that's three times more powerful than the iPhone 5's juicer.
Text on the battery snapped in Wednesday's leak backs up the earlier leak, showing off a 16.7Whr battery chugging along at 3.72V.
A few "xxx" on the back suggest Apple hasn't settled on final capabilities for the battery just yet.
ETrade Supply marks the display as "about 162 millimeters in length and 124 millimeters in width," with a 4:3 aspect ratio.
The LCD screen in the leaked shots also sports a LG Display label.
TechRadar will be at next Tuesday's San Jose event live, bringing you all the latest as to what the Mini actually looks like.
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