New iPhone 4G: 2010 Prototype vs. 3GS Release

By Alan Ng - Feb 9, 2010

Some exciting news for iPhone lovers across the globe now, as we have a series of pictures to show you, which are supposedly the first pictures of the upcoming iPhone 4G handset.

If you head over to Apple Insider, you will be able to see close-up images of the 4G model for yourself. Interestingly, the new model is around a quarter-inch taller than the iPhone 3GS.

Other changes include a reflective surface located at the top of the speaker on the front panel, while the LCD screen itself is said to be more secured to the digitizer, similar to that seen in the first generation iPhones, rather than the 3G and 3GS.

If these details about the 4G turn out to be real, we are still no closer to realising if this will be the type of ‘A+’ upgrade, that Steve Job promised we would see, most likely in June.

Take a look at the pictures of the iPhone 4g over at Apple Insider, then let us know what you think of them.

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Also See: The 4G iPhone is already here, false impressions

  • pete

    be careful of china clones they are only 2g handsets & complete crap no good for Australia, take it from me I work in a mobile shop

  • Sean

    It would be great to get a 4g iphone as long it is compatable with 3g umts as well and im very interstred in it as im looking at getting a factory inlocked iphone here in australia

    • not 4g network…it means 4th generation iphone