Apple Requests IPhone 4G Prototype From Gizmodo

Posted: Apr 20 2010, 5:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:39pm CDT, in News | Apple

 
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Yesterday Gizmodo managed to publish a story that could become the biggest gadget leak story in history. Gizmodo published a review of the 4th generation iPhone aka iPhone 4G. An already identified Apple developer lost the unreleased iPhone at a bar in San Jose.
Now Apple officially wants the iPhone 4G prototype back. They sent a brief letter to Gizmodo claiming the "lost" iPhone.

Will this be the end of the biggest Apple leak madness? My guess is not. So far Apple plays the whole incident calm and cool. Let's hope for all involved that this stays like that.

Gizmodo's iPhone 4G review unveiled a lot but not all the secrets of the upcoming iPhone 2010. We still do not know the screen resolution, performance (Apple killed the OS remotely) and possible use of custom CPU.
What got revealed is the new shape, new back, astonishing thinness, front facing camera and mini SIM card slot.

There is still a lot to look forward to when Apple unveils the new iPhone in June.
More iPhone 4G Rumors.

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