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New iPhone
Mark Peters : April 26th 2010 - 12:02 CET
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AppleGizmodo reports on new Apple iPhone : So there you are as an Apple Software Engineer. You are a popular guy in the local pub, the beer is flowing and the amount of ‘friends’ that you are making tonight is growing as the night gets on. The notorious hangover the next day will not be great, but it is familiar territory, and you know what you have to do… Still, everything is different this time, because of last night; didn’t you have Apple’s new iPhone with you? That new iPhone with OS 4 installed, and includes the latest features? From that moment on you realize that everything is different since the iPhone in question is no longer in your pocket. We imagine such a scene, according to what the rumors tell us…

New iPhone

New Apple iPhone
These rumors came to life after the sudden appearance of an unknown iPhone, a prototype which strongly suggest that it will soon be officially introduced. June 22nd is even named as an introduction date. The gadget site Gizmodo claims to already have the new iPhone in their possession for a week and has started investigating. The image material in this article is exclusively from Gizmodo, who has retained the exclusive scoop on this new iPhone.

Apple iPhone

iPhone prototype
Although it still concerns an iPhone prototype, and none of the following information is definite yet, we will assume that this same iPhone will be shown during the official iPhone introduction. Unfortunately, Gizmodo did not manage to activate this new iPhone. It seems that this iPhone has been deactivated by Apple from a distance after the prototype was deemed lost. The first thing that is noticeable is the Apple iPhone’s design. It is obviously different from previous iPhone designs. The body is more angular and the backside is completely flat. It is still unclear what material the backing is made out of. It could be glass or plastic. For now we will assume that it is a high-quality synthetic material.

Apple iPhone pictures

Apple iPhone camera features
The new Apple iPhone has a digital camera on both sides. There is a small (low resolution) camera on the front of the iPhone, most likely for video chatting, and the backside has a digital camera unit for photography and video recording. The resolution of the digital camera is unknown, but we will assume that it has a minimum of 5 Megapixels. Whether the new iPhone also supports HD video is still unknown. The new iPhone does take mobile photography more seriously, as the built-in flash will certainly contribute to higher quality shots in difficult lighting situations.

iPhone photo

Gizmodo reports on new iPhone
The new iPhone also appears to have smaller dimensions and in consequence, the display has also become a bit smaller. To make up for that, the resolution has been increased significantly, namely to 960x460 pixels. The smaller dimensions are not only visible on the outside. Gizmodo has opened up the prototype iPhone which revealed that the components have also become smaller, but that the iPhone battery is about 16% bigger. Also remarkable is Apple’s choice to use a micro-SIM card, the same one that is used in the new iPad. This choice is definitely strategic and will ‘force’ providers to include micro-SIM cards in their assortment.

iPhone picture

iPhone equipped with OS 4.0
It is also remarkable that this prototype iPhone is equipped with OS 4.0. This was discovered before Apple hit the button and killed the iPhone from a distance. We will await the introduction date mentioned earlier and then focus more on the new Apple iPhone. We will have to wait and see in which region the new iPhone will be made available first, but undoubtedly the American consumer will not worry about that. As soon as the new Apple iPhone will be made available as a sample, we will publish a detailed iPhone review.
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