As Apple's WWDC draws near, more and more people are talking and getting quite excited about the possibility of finally witnessing the release of the next iteration in the iPhone's seemingly never-ending saga. And as pretty much the whole world agrees by now, the 4th generation of the smartphone that literally changed the world of communication and pushed Apple to the top position it occupies today on the market will be called iPhone HD
and will mark some pretty visible differences in terms of design from its predecessors (with a very obvious and notable design leap, compared to the move from the 3G to the 3GS).
In any case, after the whole Gizmodo stolen iPhone 4G story
(plus the leaked Vietnam photos), all hardcore Apple fans out there know what to expect from the iPhone 4G or iPhone HD, at least in terms of design. But it seems that, as the official launch draws near, so does the number of online leaks, with more (and detailed) spy shots making their way into the web.
The last batch of such photos that made their way to the Internet landed in the hands of PowerbookMedic
, and depict the allegedly all-white version of the next-gen iPhone. Sadly, as in the case of most spy-shots, the overall quality of the photos is bad, so making heads and tails of at least a couple of them will be a pretty difficult task.
In any case, we're apparently talking about specific parts of the future handset, such as the back cover, glass digitizer, and midboard. Unfortunately, the specific labeling spotted in the photos seem to indicate that even these spy shots belong to a prototype model, rather than a production-ready device. Oh, well, guess we've gotten a bit more to wait before being able to fully enjoy the next-gen iPhone
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