Slimline iPhone pictures unearthed
The 'iPhone 4G'?
Rumours of a redesigned iPhone have been around since, pretty much, the day after Apple launched its 3G model. But now a drool-worthy picture has emerged of what’s been dubbed the iPhone 4G.
Does this image reveal the next iPhone's design?
It’s unlikely the image was snuck out from Apple’s HQ, meaning that the picture – which shows white and black versions of the iPhone – was probably created by an enthusiast.
The pictured phone is much sexier and more streamlined than the existing 3G model. The metallic back plate – made famous by the first generation iPhone – has also staged a comeback.
The iPhone’s earpiece slot, which previously sat within the phone’s glass screen, has now been substituted for a longer and thinner one that stretches across the top of the phone’s display.
A mute switch isn’t pictured, but it’s possible the switch has just been moved around to the other side of the phone – which isn’t pictured.
Since the picture carries no official authentication, you’ll just have to sit back and enjoy the view for the time being. ®
This one has an external battery, but works with induction so no unsightly cables are required.
It has no need for a earphone jack, because it works with a proprietary bluetooth dongle that has an Apple© authentication chip that degrades non DRM'ed content and conversations with non-iphone-blessed philistines.
For the enthusiast that does not want a bluetooth dongle, there will be an official internal bone-conduction version available at your nearest Apple center (minor skull surgery required, subject to an EULA).
Video calling is planned for iphone 6G. Apple has already filed all appropriate patents for phone cameras, video calling, etc.
Ms. Hilton was not available for comments.
Rear side of the device also acts as a fingerprint scanner, that shares this data with Apple for Your Own Benefit. You can be sure this data will not be shared freely ('cos nothing is free).
Clearly and totally fake.
Might struggle to plug in headphones anywhere with that razor-thin profile...
Or it it stereo BlueTooth only?!
How many iPhones have there been. Lets count them together, shall we:
1: "The iPhone"
2: "The iPhone 3G"
3: Oh dear. We seem to have run out after 2. Perhaps you would like to explain precisely which arcane method of numbering you have used to divine the name "iPhone 4G"?
"3G" is a type of cellular connectivity, not a model number. To the best of my knowledge, no 4G networks yet exist.
Given you pretty much admit this is a fake..
Why do you bother publishing it? You might as well take a photo of Jesus and stick it up here.