White IPhone 4 Around The Corner, IPhone 5 To Pack An A5 Chip

By 05:32 Sun, 11 Jul 2021 Comments

Much like the aliens, everyone talks about those white iPhone 4s, but no one has actually seen them. Well perhaps Apple has finally managed to find a workaround to whatever problems have troubled the production so far and will actually try and ship some of them.

The poor news is that the rumor comes from a screenshot of the inventory system of Vodafone Germany so it might discontinue up being just another unaccurate alarm. Both the 16GB and 32GB versions are listed so an accidental mishold doesn't sound like it. However it may as well be a deliberate error to generate some publicity.

Update: It turns out the white iPhone 4 has been in the Vodafone systems for a few months now. Apparently there is nothing to acquire excited about. Again. Now go along people - nothing to see here.

Still we are willing to give this one the benefit of doubt as it corroborates with Apple's last statement that the white iPhone 4 will be available in early 2011. Plus, we're expecting an Apple press conference in the discontinue of this month.

In other news, the iPhone 5 (or whatever the next Apple smartphone is called) is assumed to come with a recent A5 home-baked chipset, which should seriously bump up the graphic performance of the platform not only in games but in video playback too.

Curious developers have found a driver for the dual-core PowerVR SGX543 graphics chip in the latest iOS 4.3 developer's beta firmware.

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