World Tour Of Alleged New IPhone 2009 Photos Continues

Posted: Jun 7 2009, 7:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:46pm CDT, in News | Apple

 
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Apple is expected to unveil the new iPhone 2009 on Monday. Since last week we have seen photos leak that show what is supposed to be the new iPhone in all black.
The sources for these photos are always rather vague and all these photos could be completely fake. The fact that they are very similar could go both ways. We started out seeing photos of the new iPhone in Hong Kong. Then we have were in Italy and today we are already in France.
And tomorrow we are in San Francisco in the Moscone Center, where Apple will hold the opening keynote at the WWDC 2009 and hopefully present us a new iPhone or even better, a couple of new ones.

The photos today of the alleged new iPhone appear on French site Nowhere Else (via Engadget). The photos again show an all black iPhone, again very dark. On these photos the front facing camera is not visible that has been shown in other rumor photos.
More New iPhone 2009 Rumors. See also our latest Top 10 new iPhone Rumors.

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