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New iPhone 4G Features: List of 25 and odds of implementation

Rumors of a new Apple iPhone 4G have started to be taken more seriously since WSJ announced that the smartphone does exist, this has now forced people to study what they know so far and what they hope to see on the new 2010 model. ZDNet thought that they would take a closer look at 25 of the most-wanted features and their odds of implementation.

The first feature will be the one that we will use the most, and that is the display. Many of us wanted to see an OLED screen on the 3GS, this did not happen — so we now hope to see it materialize on the 4G, the odds on this are just 15 percent.

Many iPhone users hope and pray that Apple and Google will get cozy once more and offer us better support for Google Voice. The odds are much higher since Steve Jobs and Eric Schmidt were seen out for a coffee last week.

It is almost certain that the new iPhone 4G / HD will come with more memory and double the amount of storage — so expect to see 32GB and 64GB versions. We still want to see external expandable storage, but this will not happen anytime soon.

These are just a few of the most-wanted features for the iPhone 4G, visit ZDNet for the full list.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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