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Wednesday, December 23, 2009

iPhone 4G Concept

Some concepts are way off the charts when it comes to realism, and practicality while others are pretty much doable. Take a look at the specifications of this next generation iPhone 3G and let us know whether it can be achieved or not in the near future without being a burden on your already beleaguered bank accounts. We think the former is possible, although the latter doesn't look like changing anytime soon, next generation iPhone 3G or not.

  • Titanium and glass
  • OLED screen
  • 3G connectivity
  • GPS support
  • Front camera for iChat
  • Removable battery (finally)
  • 3.2 megapixel camera
  • Video playback
  • 32GB internal memory
How much are you willing to part for something like this?

Apple iPhone Concept, 3.0, 4G?

There’s no point in checking out iPhone 3G concepts any more, so we’d go out and assume that all the futuristic designs we see from now will be iPhone 3.0 wannabes. The device below might as well be the iPhone 3.0, that comes with a neat transparent body, 3G support, fully functional Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard and 64GB internal memory. Apple iPhone Concept, 3.0, 4G?

Ultra-Thin New iPhone 4G Concept

We have all been talking about the new Apple iPhone that we hope will be announced at WWDC 2009, but we have not heard much over the past week about the iPhone 4G. While IntoMobile does what they do best, they came across this Ultra-Thin New iPhone 4G Concept from the iPhone Blog.

We have seen a few of these concepts in the past, but this has to be the best so far, but there are no details to give any hints if this is in fact real or fake. The concept looks sleek and sexy; I am hoping that this is something that the iPhone 4G will look like, but without sacrificing hardware.

If you had to choose would you like the 4G iPhone to have this ultra-slim design, or is that not what the iPhone is all about. The problem is if there were to be an ultra-thin version now, then surly, we would have to sacrifice some of the hardware. If this were the case, then I would rather stick to the same form factor. What would you choose?

iPhone 4G Rumor

As most of us know the new iPhone 4G is due to be released sometime in June 2009 but there is still currently no release date.
So the question is will the new Apple iPhone 4G smartphone live up to all the hype that it has been getting over the past few months, guess we will have to wait and see.
For now check out the New iPhone 4G clip below and let us know what you think?

iPhone 4G Rumor Roundup

It’s that time of year again. We are getting awfully close to the release date of iPhone 4G, and everyday we are hearing more rumors about how good the next generation iPhone will be. We already have a whole lot of information about iPhone 3.0. But there is still a lot to be learned about this new phone. For starters, we still don’t know when Apple will introduce this new phone. All signs point to WWDC, but Apple has not confirmed anything in that regard. With that in mind, here are the rumors worth entertaining at this point.
Not all of these rumors are going to turn out to be true. But even if a quarter of them are, we are set for one exciting summer.
Your turn: what are you most excited about when it comes to iPhone 3.0 (from what you have heard in the rumors)?

4G Apple iPhone and expected release date

When should we expect the 4G Apple iPhone release date to be and what could we expect in iPhone 3.0 software, which supports this future standard?

These are questions that are partly answered in a great article on Silicon Republic. They write about the upcoming 4G Long Term Evolution (LTE) and how the next-generation iPhone is rumored to be compatible with this standard.

The Worldwide Developers Conference on June 8, 2009 is the event that should unveil the next Apple iPhone. Although there has been no official news, many rumors point towards this possibility.

Apple’s iPhone 3.0 firmware is rumored to include a few improvements for enhanced wireless networking and more specifically a chip for low power 802.11n wireless. Visit Silicon Republic for more details on this, expected release dates and the ability to join 5GHz networks.

Let us know if you’re looking forward to a faster 4G iPhone.