The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the next iPhone is going to be thinner and lighter than the iPhone 4, which isn't exactly unexpected. But apparently, being thinner and lighter is making the next iPhone a pain to make.
Here is another lost iPhone 4. The photos show it turned on—with some kind of console screen titled Inferno. The photos and video also show some new interesting details. Update 2: Processor is an A4 including Samsung DRAM.
There's a reason why more people haven't seen the next iPhones before Steve Jobs makes an announcement: They're in disguise.
We took apart the next iPhone.
Apple's quarterly earnings reports provide a rare opportunity for financial analysts to publicly pose questions to Apple executives. Today, no one granted an audience asked about Apple's lost iPhone.
It's such an obvious question: Why couldn't Apple track this phone down? As it turns out, they may have had two chances to get it back—and blown them both.
Well, how can I explain this? I got some interesting calls today. It was Apple. And they wanted their phone back.
You are looking at Apple's next iPhone. It was found lost in a bar in Redwood City, camouflaged to look like an iPhone 3GS. We got it. We disassembled it. It's the real thing, and here are all the details. Update: click here to see the iPhone 4 definitive guide, with all the features officially announced by Apple.