Apple iPhone 4 is not Fake, Says Gizmodo

Apple iPhone 4 is not Fake, Says Gizmodo

Engadget was the first one to break the news; and just a few hours ago, Gizmodo said that the iPhone 4, for reality sake is Apple’s next iPhone.

The folks over at Gizmodo were able to get their hands on the next generation iPhone, reportedly lost from a man named Gray Powell, an Apple Software Engineer, while he was at the German beer garden in Redwood City, California.

Gizmodo examined the features of then “lost-and-found” next-generation iPhone and proved that it’s real, not a fake one. The iPhone 4 is said to be completely different from the 3G and 3GS versions. Take a look at the images below.

New features evident on this next generation iPhone include a front-facing camera, rear camera larger than iPhone 3GS with flash, the use of micro-SIM, higher display resolution, secondary mic for noise cancellation, split buttons for volume together with the power and mute buttons which are all metallic. There’s also a 3.5mm audio jack, and the front and back panels are made of glass. [via]

Stay tuned until June as we are going to find out if this iPhone 4 is indeed real or just done for hype. You can subscribe either by E-mail or by RSS Feeds. Follow me also on Twitter.

Bert Padilla

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