For Apple, next month’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) can’t start soon enough.
Just a few weeks after Gizmondo got its hands on the much-anticipated 4G iPhone, another apparent prototype has surfaced on the Vietnamese Web site Taoviet.vn.
As Enterprise Mobile Today reports, the new iPhone appears to be thinner than the current-generation iPhone by a few millimeters and a few millimeters narrower, but slightly longer. Screen size is roughly the same, but the resolution is doubled.
The sides of the phone are all aluminum and the back is flat, which should remedy the problems with cracks that appeared in the rounded iPhone 3G/3GS plastic bodies.
At this point, Apple won’t have many surprises left if the expected next-generation iPhone is indeed on tap for introduction at next month’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC), because another next-generation iPhone prototype has just shown up on the Internet.
This time, the phone has turned up in Vietnam. Photos and a video first surfaced on Web site Taoviet.vn, which is now offline, no doubt due to millions of curious iPhone fans pounding on Vietnam’s small but fast-growing Internet connection to the rest of the world.