Apple's next generation of its iPhone has been in the news lately, thanks to leaks that continue to generate the buzz. This time around, with rumors of a white version floating around, it wasn't long before the aforementioned white version gets leaked. At this rate, we're wondering what exactly will Apple have to show at WWDC, given that their products are usually unveiled to an audience seeing it for a first time.
appleinsider.com - The Taiwanese website Apple.pro posted pictures of both a black redesigned iPhone, as seen in numerous leaks, next to a new white model, with the color taking up the entire front panel and home button. The front panel is identical to a leaked part that was revealed online last week.
The pictures show the white panel loosely resting atop the rest of the iPhone, with the home button recessed, suggesting that the website simply placed the component on top of the rest of the obtained part to show what a white iPhone 4G could look like. Previously, the same website had shown pictures of the white panel separate from the rest of the phone.
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