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New Apple iPhone 4G: What will 2010 model be called?

When it comes to keeping its future devices secret, Apple is a master at it. Just take a look at all the hype surrounding their rumored tablet PC and new iPhone for 2010, if you are to believe all that you read then the iSlate as it is known will be launched in March, and a new iPhone will launch in April or May.

There are so many questions left unanswered, and we hope that Apple will answer all of them at their press event on January 27. The Apple Tablet PC will either be called the iSlate or iPad; we reckon the former sounds better.

Then there is the 2010 iPhone, we are not certain if this new phone will just be called “iPhone 4G”. The smart money is that 4G will be included, not because it will offer 4G support, but because it is the 4th generation of iPhone from Apple.

We do not have any official information at the moment, but it looks as though the new iPhone will receive a number of upgrades. The latest rumors suggest that the iPhone 4G will come with an OLED display, 5-megapixel camera with LED flash, dual core processor, up to 64GB of memory and a touch sensitive case on the back.

Read the top ten rumors for the new Apple iPhone here.

So what do you think Apple will call its new Smartphone? Do you think the handset will come with the new 4.0 OS?

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Written by Peter Chubb

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