Is This Really Apple’s Next iPhone?

Apple iPhone 4G has not been released yet, but we already know what it looks like. Technology blogs are buzzing now after gadget site Gizmodo published pictures of what it said was Apple’s next iPhone.

Apple iPhone 4G has not been released yet, but we already know what it looks like. Technology blogs are buzzing now after gadget site Gizmodo published pictures of what it said was Apple’s next iPhone. Gizmodo said the next-generation iPhone was found “lost in a bar in Redwood City” near Apple headquarters in Cupertino, California, and turned over to the popular website.

The pictures of the next-generation Apple’s iPhone 4G was unveiled to the world, but the pictures scould be genuine or a fake. Since Apple has not yet commented about the “treasure trove”. So, how did this happen?

In the morning Gizmodo uploaded the same photos and video of the iPhone 4G that Engadget did earlier. According to these blogs, the forthcoming iPhone is thinner than the 3Gs, but is three grams heavier. It has a front-facing camera, high-durability ceramic back, a wide screen resolution, and a 5-megapixel back-facing camera with flash.

The next-generation Apple’s iPhone 4G was said to be found on a bar floor, however, it sounds absurd that somebody left next iPhone on a bar floor. Gizmodo’s Jason Chen said: “In fact, the possibility is almost none. We got it. We disassembled it. It’s the real thing.”

Gizmodo said the phone was disguised as the previous iPhone model, the iPhone 3GS, which came out in 2009. “We get false tips all the time,” Jason Chen wrote in a blog post. “But after playing with it for about a week… there is so much evidence stacked in its favour that there’s very little possibility that it’s a fake.”

While people are suspicious about this, some have said it might be Apple who leaked the photos and video of iPhone 4G to see the reactions of customers. The CEO of Apple, Steve Jobs did mention that the latest model of the Apple’s iPhone would be released this summer, so apparently we will have to wait till June to see if all this is true. [via Gizmodo]

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