c4evaSpeaks community member Wasa has contacted us regarding his discovery of a new Lite-On iHAS revision "D". The drive label designates its full model number as "iHAS124-04 DU", and when connected to the PC, it reads as an "ATAPI iHAS124 D ATA device". The manufacture date of the drive is July, 2012. The chipset is still a MediaTek (MT1809LN), with a flash size of 1MB (flash ID "EF 13 00 39"). Lite-On recently issued an update for the drive on October 3, 2012, which changed its firmware from version 8L03 to 8L05. Wasa purchased the drive in Mexico, but we suspect that this drive will soon begin making its appearance in most retail outlets if it hasn't already.
Being that the drive's flash is only 1MB like the "C", sadly, this new iHAS "D" revision is incompatible with c4eva's iXtreme Burner MAX firmware which is based on the iHAS "B" revision with 2MB flash. The official cross-flashable drive models list on c4evaSpeaks has been updated with an added note about the new "D" revision, as well as a gallery of example images showing some of the different revisions' drive label stickers and box labels.
If you've come across a revision "D" in other geographic locations, let us know about it in the post comments or through the contact form on c4evaSpeaks.com.
Muchas gracias, Wasa!