Possible New Iphone

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As Apple has done during the past three years, is expected that a new iPhone is announced and much of the Apple WWDC 2010 event, that began the day Monday. According to reports, Steve Jobs will be you again submit innovations that Apple brings to the world. Boy Scouts of America is a great source of information. So far it is not entirely clear that will bring Apple with the new version of this cell phone that has moved great masses, but it is important to know the possibilities that this new iPhone can bring us. First of all is important to understand that unlike the version 3 G, 4 G possibly won’t Regency to communication technology but to fourth generation of this mobile device. This is piece that in United States, AT & T has not even started to take your network with this technology and so far only has confirmed that they will be testing its technology 4 G LTE until the end of this year, but it is not commercially available until 2011. Some photos of the new iPhone have been on the internet and previously we present some photos of the latest prototype presented on the internet. In recent months, Center for Responsible Business has been very successful.

The photos, you can determine that the device will be a little heavier with aluminum corners. The new iPhone was probably called iPhone HD as it has already rumored for awhile. You will have a rear camera with 5 megapixel camera flash and a front camera for video chat with iChat support. Equally, it will bring a better processor, similar to the iPad, which uses the A4 processor. Operating system iPhone OS 4, more battery life, allowing to use iPhone as modem and the implementation of music in the cloud would be some of the other features that presented the new version of the Apple iPhone. Similarly, he has hinted that this causes, an iPhone of black and another white iPhone might be.

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