New iPhone 4G: Component Video before WWDC 2010

By Alan Ng - Jun 2, 2010

With just days away before the start of Apple’s big WWDC event in San Francisco, we thought we’d tease you with one more new video that we’ve found, showing the metal casing which will be featured on the iPhone 4G handset.

As reported from RedmondPie, the metal frame for the iPhone 4G has been obtained by a Portugese website, who have provided us with some close-up images of the component, as well as a fantastic video for you to check out.

Obviously, the site is claiming that the metal frame is genuine and that they purchased the parts from China – although didn’t disclose how much. The site goes how to say how the metal casing is made from aluminium, adding that the design feels and looks like the material seen in Apple’s Macbook Pro computers.

Will we get any more juicy info like this before the start of WWDC? – I would imagine so. Watch the video below and let us know your thoughts on it.

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