iPhone 4G Preview On Gizmodo
iPhone 4G Preview On Gizmodo – Everyone has been really excited to hear about Apples latest innovations. The iPhone has been one of the biggest sellers all around the world and when something new is coming out from Apple, everyone is sure to notice. The next iPhone has been expected to improve on many different areas that past models have fell short on. The name of the newest iPhone has not been completely revealed yet but now Gizmodo got their hands on the newest iPhone which is said to be called the iPhone 4G after their last editions have been the 3G and 3GS. Videos and photos of the new iPhone are being posted all over the internet. It is likely to be coming out this summer and will be the next model of the iPhone. Gizmodo got to try out the device for about a week and despite not being able to connect to iTunes they have been able to open it up and power on.
The back of the case has changed a bit and appears to be flat and very shinny. It looks like it is still plastic though which can be a real disappointment if you’re looking for durability in your iPhone. The sides of the phone appeared to be aluminum. On the front, you can see a video-conferencing camera, a high-resolution screen, (we are positive it is high quality but it is impossible to know how many pixels it is) a micro-SIM slot has be incorporated, and a mimicking technology like what was found on the iPad. As you can see, the slot on its side has moved from the top. Something that looks very promising is the bigger camera lens and flash for lighting up your pictures which previous models did not have. There is also a microphone for noise cancellation and the case has gotten considerably thinner than the iPhone 3GS. Many parts have been shrunk in size to make room for a bigger and better battery.