Is there more than one iPhone 4G in Steve Jobs' pocket?

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Is there more than one iPhone 4G in Steve Jobs' pocket?
According to DIGITIMES analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple's 4G project consisted of not one, but two handsets. The models had code names of N90 and N91. The former is the now famous model with the flat back that was left in the California bar and ended up sold to Gawker Media for $8,500. The latter device is a less dressed-up version of the N90 and is expected to replace that model if modifications to the phone's specs cause delays. According to DIGITIMES, there is a chance that Apple may decide to replace the 3GS with the N91 model which sports 256MB of RAM like the 3GS. In fact, the source makes the N91 sound like a slightly modified iPhone 3GS stuffed into a new casing. Which model will Mr. Jobs pull out of his pocket on June 7th? Let's hope that Apple's CEO doesn't stop at a bar or a gym on the way to the WWDC that day.

Apple iPhone 4G Preliminary Specifications

source: fonehome


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