DigiTimes just announced that Foxconn “according to analysts Ming-Chi Kuo” will ship 24 million units of Apple’s latest iPhone 4G starting in June.
Foxconn will ship 4.5 million units in the first half and 19.5 million units for the rest of 2010. Apple is expected to unveil the iPhone 4G on June 7, 2010 during Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference. The new device will adopt IPS (in-plane switching) panels with FFS (fringe-field switching) technology and a 960×640 resolution, Kuo said, noting that LG Display and Prime View International are the panel suppliers.
According to the reports the new iPhone will run on the Arm Cortex A8 processor and have a 512MB memory module from Samsung.
What’s going on with all those iPhone prototypes? Does Apples security sucks? Well one thing is for sure, a Vietnamese forum has posted photos of a iPhone similar to the one Gizmodo got their hands on. But there are a view differences from the one Gizmodo bought. The XXGB on the back now shows 16GB, end the screws at the bottom of the device are gone. This could indicate that this is a newer model. This device also has a bootable OS “Bonfire”, it looks real to us because the pictures also show a A4 processor. Check out the pictures after the break. » New iPhone Prototype Found In Vietnam
Its most likely the next gen iPhone will be introduced on the WWDC 2010, so its not surprising to see next gen iPhone parts are showing up on the internet. SmartPhoneMedic has created a movie where they show iPhone parts of the next gen iPhone. They show the assembly of the new iPhone 4G LCD and digitizer onto the metal middle plate and a tray for the micro-SIM. » SmartPhoneMedic Shows iPhone 4G/HD Parts.
This time the rumor says the next gen iPhone will include a 5MP camera and according to macrumors the iPhone will be able to record 720p Videos. iPhone 4 Beta SDK reveals the ability to capture video at higher resolutions than the current standard 640×480 (“VGA”) resolution. The values AVCaptureSessionPreset640x480 and AVCaptureSessionPreset1280x720, mean that we can record 1280×720 videos. So will the next gen iPhone will be called iPhone HD? » Next Gen iPhone “HD” Can Record 720p Video?
The guy that found the iPhone “4G” prototype in a bar has been found. Brian J. Hogan ”21” resident of Redwood City, California has been found by Wired by following clues on social network sites. Brian J. Hogan has been paid $5000 by Gizmodo allowing the site exclusive access to review the phone. He regrets not doing more to return the device to its owner » iPhone Prototype Finder Found
FastCompany has created a FlowChart that shows the confusing case around the Gizmodo Prototype iPhone. Its up to you what you believe is true and where you end up, FastCompany included everything that’s known about this story and it looks like you can end up everywhere without being wrong. It’s a complicated case. Tell us where you end up. » The Gizmodo iPhone Saga!