Device looks like an early prototype of the next-generation iPhone model
Taiwanese site Apple.pro has managed to get hold of what it claims is the “next-generation iPhone 4G” in white color and posted the photos online. Before the color gets all you Apple fans excited, let us remind you that these photos are possibly of a fake iPhone model. But, since there’s hardly a fortnight to Worldwide Developer Conference 2010 (which kick-starts on June 7), we might as well wait for it just to be sure.
The early iPhone 4G prototypes – the Gizmodo’s version of iPhone 4G and even the one leaked by a Taiwanese website Taoviet, didn’t have any screws at the bottom next to the 30-pin charging cable/dock connector port lies. However, the Apple.pro version of white iPhone 4G has screws next to the 30-pin dock connector port. Sounds too good to be real.
Apple has released iPhone 3G and iPhone 3GS in white color as well. So the iPhone 4G can be expected in white color too. We just don’t see Apple offering any other colors for iPhone 4G just like it offers for iPod Nanos. Now, let’s wait and watch to confirm if these leaked photos are of the actual iPhone 4G.