White IPhone 4 Gone From Apple Store

Posted: Oct 28 2010, 4:35am CDT | by , Updated: Oct 30 2010, 5:19pm CDT, in News | Apple

 
White iPhone 4 gone from Apple Store
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The white iPhone 4 is dead. Yesterday we reported that Apple has delayed the white iPhone 4 to Spring 2011. Now Apple has removed the white iPhone 4 from the iPhone page on the Apple Store. Assuming that there is a new iPhone 5 in June/July 2011 it absolutely makes no sense to offer a white iPhone 4 a couple months before. BGR reports that a source told them that Apple also knows this and actually canceled the white iPhone 4.

The removal of the white iPhone 4 from the Apple Store supports this rumor. It is really strange that Apple failed to get the white iPhone 4 out in time for Christmas after they delayed it a couple of months ago. Apple did not disclose details on why the white iPhone 4 is so hard to make. We have reported about different rumors that blame the coloring of the white components. I think that there has been enough time that Apple and their partners could have fixed these issues.

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