While the word is well beyond out when it comes to the highly anticipated fourth-generation iPhone, more images of surfaced of the upcoming model - and this time the iPhone is clad in white.
Published by the Chinese site Apple.pro, the white-shaded iPhone looks identical to that prototype that turned up in a Redwood City bar. But DeviceMag points out that from another angle, the casing looks a bit out of place, leaving some doubt about the authenticity. It's also not clear where Apple.pro got these images in the first place.
Given that the iPhone 3G and 3GS were both available in both black and white, this certainly could be the case with the next-gen. Of course, there's no way to confirm with Apple just yet if these phones are the real deal. Luckily, the June 7 start date of WWDC 2010 isn't too far away, so we should know (hopefully) at that time.
For now, what do you think: real or fake?
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[Image via Apple.pro]