The next generation of the Apple iPhone 4G has been revealed once more. In addition to the first time in which Gizmodo paid quite a significant sum in order to get hold of a lost prototype for further analysis, this one on the other hand has been picked up in Vietnam (not entirely sure what the story is at this point).
What’s different is that it appears this iPhone 4G looks more of a finished product compared to Gizmodo’s, this could also be the one we’ll see when it does get officially announced by Apple. It doesn’t have any screws on the back though the ‘Inferno’ screen looks some what confusing and the guy in the video below doesn’t attempt to do anything more interesting with the phone than to describe its design, which possibly suggests that its been remotely disabled by Apple.
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Well, you won’t have to look for a plugin (to use this exciting feature) as the newly revealed iPhone OS version four reveals that it will have camera flash in its future versions. And hey, just to make it clear, we are talking about camera flash! A major downside for the widely famous iPhone had been a attention grabbing LED flash light. But, as of now Apple has some new code in the newly lancuhed iPhone OS version four SDK that will make it easier for iPhone owners to boast of camera flash while clicking.
Latest from the world of Apple rumors and leaks, we have the picture below. What is currently being speculated is that the image below features the front panel of a new iPhone 4G. Compared to the current iPhone’s front panel it appears to be 1/4 of an inch taller. As you can see, there also looks to be a shiny, reflective bit at the top which is something we haven’t seen before. Otherwise, just looking at the front panel, there doesn’t seem to be any other noticeable new features.