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iPhone 2010 is HD with 940x640px Resolution and A4 SoC Rumored

Mar 30 2010, 1:25am CDT | by , in Rumors | Rumors

iPhone 2010 is HD with 940x640px Resolution and A4 SoC Rumored
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The Apple iPad is launching this week, but Apple fans around the world are already eyeing the new iPhone 2010 aka iPhone 4G.
The Wall Street Journal indirectly unearthed some new interesting rumors about the upcoming iPhone 2010.
Well known Apple observer John Gruber responded to the WSJ iPhone Rumor report that only repeated the possibility of an Verizon iPhone with some juicy iPhone 2010 features.

The new iPhone 2010 would have a huge resolution of 960x640px, A4 CPU like the iPad, 2nd front facing camera and iPhone OS 4 with third-party multi-tasking.

If the iPhone 2010 is really going HD, Apple can keep their iPad. For Apple the biggest sales growth for the iPhone would come from opening up to another carrier. It will be much harder to win new customers with hardware and features. Of course a high resolution screen and video conferencing with the front facing camera would take the iPhone 2010 to a new level. The A4 CPU would make the new iPhone 2010 super fast like the iPad is looking to be. All in all, I am already very excited about the new iPhone.
See also Verizon iPhone more likely now?. More iPhone 2010 Rumors.

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