Yes, but some F's also had glass only on the left side. More importantly, the canopy frames changed from the F to the G. G models have thick frames on the windscreen and tilting portion. Armored windscreen glass was added to the outside on the F and was mounted inside the frame on the G.
Other key differences between the F models and the G-2.
The position of the fuel filler hatch is under the canopy on the F and on the left side of the upper fuselage aft of the canopy on the G.
There is a round hatch on the left fuselage of the F, just aft of the supercharger intake.
Most F models had a shorter oil cooler fairing under the nose. The F-4(Trop) and F-4Z had oil coolers which became the standard on the G. The same applies to wider chord prop blades - G standard on F-4(Trop) and F-4Z.
Wheel wells are perfectly round on the F-4 but the F-2 and all G models had strait outboard edges for doors which were never used.
Supercharger intake is thinner on the 109F-2.
G models had 4 small scoops on the nose aft of the spinner, 2 per side.
Some F models have a thin scoop on the right cowling aft of the engine crank access hole.
Many F models have external strengthening plates(2 per side) over the join between the tail and rear fuselage.