Photos leaked to 9to5Mac point to Apple bringing a spot of white to its next gen iPod touch, with the 5th generation of the popular 'iPhone-lite' set to receive the same white glass as the iconic iPhone 4.
The photos, which 9to5Mac says are not yet confirmed to be either legit or, well, not so legit, show what appears to be a white iPod touch's front screen.
The part appears to be similar in design to the current 4th generation model of the iPod touch, lending credence to rumors that the next incarnation of the device will sport a design not too dissimilar from its current form....
Interesting news for those who like to keep tabs on domain names - a noble cause indeed - with reports that Apple is now the proud owner of two new URLs.
According to Fusible, and in turn TechCrunch, both iPhone4.com and WhiteiPhone.com are now owned by the Cupertino web masters, with the two addresses already pointing to Apple's iPhone 4 product page...
You might remember a few months ago, when we covered the story of Fei Lam, this kid who had made over $130,000 selling what he claimed to be authentic white iPhone 4 conversion kits via his website. Heck, the kid even sold a kit to Steve Wozniak.
According to MacRumors, Apple filed a lawsuit against Lam and his parents yesterday, "claiming infringement and dilution of its trademarks and engaging in deceptive practices through his conversion kit sales through his website at whiteiphone4now.com."
An interesting and somewhat funny piece of information that iDB reader @EpicGameReviews sent us about the white iPhone 4. If you go to Apple's website, right click on the image of the white iPhone 4 on the homepage, and select "view image" or "image info", you will see how Apple named the image: white_iphone_hero_20110425.jpg.
Does Apple really consider the white iPhone 4 as a hero? I highly doubt it. Does Apple web team have a funny sense of humor? Most likely...
An AT&T customer care representative has claimed that Apple has informed the carrier that there will be no new iPhone in June or July of this year. Although general consensus has been that Apple will postpone the next generation iPhone until later this year, there has still been hope that a summer announcement at WWDC would be made.
According to an AT&T rep, Apple will definitely not be releasing a new iPhone this summer.
You've probably heard that Apple finally released the white iPhone 4 after a ten month delay. If you bought the black iPhone 4 and you're still under contract with your carrier, it's not very financially reasonable to break your contract and purchase the white iPhone at full price.
There are several methods for turning your black iPhone into the beautiful, other-worldly, white specimen that Apple released last week. Let's take a look at the options...
In an interview with Steve Jobs and Phil Schiller last week, the 2 executives commented on how difficult it was to make the white iPhone 4. So how did Apple finally get things right?
It was certainly inevitable that someone was going to open Apple's white iPhone and look inside. After a 10 month delay, due to several design and manufacturing problems, who wouldn't want to take a glimpse of what's going on inside this thing?
It was recently discovered that the newly released white iPhone is slightly thicker than the original iPhone 4. To everyone that cared, it seemed interesting that Apple would release the practically same device with a different set of dimensions.
Phil Schiller, Apple's Senior Vice President of Product Marketing, has spoken out on the white/black thickness debacle. And he's saying that it's a non-issue...
Everyone knows by now that the white iPhone 4 is shipping worldwide. While the 10 month-long wait for the mysterious device has finally come to an end, is it really the end of the white iPhone 4 saga? Maybe not.
Since its launch last week, renowned iDevice hacker chpwn has been asking the Twitter nation to check their new white iPhone 4s for special markings. Apparently, a few lucky folks have limited edition iPhones and may not even know it...
Apple's white iPhone 4 officially went on sale yesterday. While Apple claimed that the white model was exactly the same as the black version, it seems there is a slight difference between the two color options.
White iPhone 4 owners are reporting that the new handset is slightly thicker than its black counterpart. Yesterday, Apple CEO Steve Jobs and SVP Phil Schiller opened up regarding the challenges faced when bringing the elusive white iPhone 4 to the market.
Following yesterday's official announcement from Apple regarding the release of the white iPhone 4 today, Apple is now offering white iPhone 4 in its online store.
You can now order this bad boy through Apple's store in both 16GB and 32GB storage capacities. The current shipping time is 3-5 business days. If you would rather not wait that long, you can always run down to your nearest Apple, AT&T, or Verizon Wireless store to pick one up!
The folks at ModMyi have gotten their hands on an internally leaked memo from AT&T that outlines the protocol for tomorrow's white iPhone 4 announcement. Apple confirmed that the white iPhone was finally launching on AT&T and Verizon tomorrow, and demand is expected to be substantial for the device.
AT&T's customer protocol for tomorrow's launch reveals some interesting details about the upgrade policy. If you're planning on waiting in line, this memo also pertains to you...