White iPhone says cheese for more pictures

White iPhone says cheese for more pictures
With less than one week until the expected introduction of the next generation of Apple's iPhone, we are starting to get some more leaked pictures. The pictures that you see below of a white iPhone features the same flattened back that stood out when Gizmodo photographed the now famous "lost iPhone" (Steve Jobs called the entire incident "an amazing story" in his interview with Mossberg and Swisher last night), and when we viewed the handset seeing action in Vietnam. The iPhone in the picture is wrapped up in clear film and you can see the camera lens and flash. Other photographs show the chassis like the one we showed you the other day, being used in the next level of assembly. As we get closer to June 7th, the number of these pictures should increase right up to the point when the actual introduction is made by Apple CEO Steve Jobs.

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source: PowerBookMedic



1. clevername

Posts: 1436; Member since: Jul 11, 2008

Ive had this theory for a few weeks now. I've learned to like the new model but I've had a theory that all except the original leak is real. The others are knock offs. And that it wasn't the final model and jobs is gonna release something totally different and embarrass every source of all the fake leaks. I think his "amazing story" remark was a smug remark pointing to these leaks being false, or just "stories". However that's just a theory and something I'd like to see. I would be satisfied with the new model being everything we've seen.

2. ILOVEIPHONE25 unregistered

Don't you think that it is kind of odd that right after the original leak that all of these phones were leaked on the market. I mean, not like three months ago or anything but right at the same time. Something doesn't seem right for this big event for APPLE. I am going to laugh my ass off when the new iphone is revealed and doesn't look like any of the leaks. That is going to be the funniest and then I will probably never go back on any of these sites because they are worse than high school students.

3. richalf4

Posts: 1; Member since: Jun 03, 2010

true guys this here is a diversion and soon apple will have no surprises at all. the competition is getting stiff to the extent that apple has resorted to such games. one more year and the apple brand will be just another brand name having to compete on level ground with other big names such as htc nokia SE and sumsang. besides most phones hold the same capacity and are simply differecianted by brand names. cant wait for the new apple 4g to prove me wrong. i am quite sure there will be no big difference with the htc evo 4g.

5. ILOVEIPHONE25 unregistered

I love apple products but some of the things are over charged. I went to to see the HTC EVO at best buy and that phone is big as hell. I might say that some people will shy away from that phone because of the size and BS 4g extra charge. We are in America though, everything that is bigger is usually better in our minds. It might sell...I am disappointed that the new iphone is this holds true is the same screen size. I think a 4" screen would be perfect and after they changed the style of the iphone which means that iphone users accessories are no longer usable. They should have go ahead and changed the size of the screen...with all of the promoting of itunes they could have made the screen bigger to enjoy the movie experience on a phone.

7. DonkeyPunched

Posts: 321; Member since: Jan 10, 2010

The Evo is most likely gonna sell like crazy. Many people are looking forward to this phone, much like that of the iPhone. Android has really made a huge hit in the cell phone industry. I'm starting to see more Androids that iPhones now, at least over here in Southern California. This is the first Android phone I've seen to be heard of by my friends, especially over facebook. Most of my friends are the typical American and really have no interest even close to people like me who take a big interest. But advertising of the Evo has really worked and now many of them are even pre-ordering for this. I'm just glad I follow phones and smart enough to wait throughout June to see the flock of new phones coming out, including the iPhone. I just think iPhones might really be losing their edge :\

4. isproab

Posts: 20; Member since: May 27, 2010

While I'm suspicious of all these leaks about the iPhone, I think this the real deal. No, I would not put it past Jobs to leak this model and come out with something totally different. I have no problem with the look of this phone and honestly think the iPhone is in need of an update. I past on the original, 3G, and 3GS. I'm going to consider the iPhone as long as its specs are up to snuff. Apple has left out too much in the past that other phones have for years. An android phone will be hard to pass up in my opinion so I need for Apple to wow me, they can't do that by releasing a phone that looks and feels 90% the same as what they have release since 2007.

6. deadpool_ct

Posts: 18; Member since: Mar 23, 2010

The iPhone has lead the way since 2007. Since then, they have made no big change in the way that the phone looks, and operates. Since the Motorola Droid came out in 2009, it has changed the way that things are done. Now that the HTC Incredible has come out, things are moving to the Snapdragon processor. That is great that the iPhone started this whole thing, but I am sorry for all of you iPhone fan boys, the Android operating system is the way to go. If you look at the fact that Steve Jobs is completely against Flash, and making any significant changes to the iPhone, they are going to be dead last in the race to the best phone. Android has slowly gained steam with the release of the Droid to big red, and since then they have made bigger and better strides in the system. The phones as well have changed quite a bit in the regards that you have the Droid, Incredible, Devour and soon the Droid 2, and Xtreme/Shadow. The time of the iPhone has come and gone, iPhone will no longer be on top of the world, not unless they are able to change it up and give to a second carrier (ie: big red).

8. narley

Posts: 357; Member since: May 14, 2009

I do not doubt the loyalty of Apple fan boys. I do not doubt the phone will sell like crazy. But I do doubt when people say i'ts the "best" phone out there. Because now that is more ignorance than fact.

9. iHateCrapple

Posts: 734; Member since: Feb 12, 2010

There is no "best" phone, IMO. Each breed of phone might have something special about it but it's all in the eye of the beholder!

10. narley

Posts: 357; Member since: May 14, 2009

that's what quotations are for.

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