iPhone 4G in 2010: 24 Million Shipments

Its not long now until the iPhone 4G is going to be launched and Foxconn are already set to ship 24 million units of Apple’s new product out. The big date is set for the 7th June if rumours are true and the 4G is likely to be unveiled at Apple’s developers conference. According to Foxconn they will ship 4.5 million units in the first half and then 19.5 million units in the remainder of 2010.

New features that the iPhone 4G will offer are FFS (Fringe-field switching) and IPS (In plane switching). FFS involves enabling a wider viewing angle and clearer visual quality under sunlight. The IPS panels are supplied by LG Display and Prime View International. Go to Digitimes.com for a more in depth review of the new device.

The new iPhone will operate on the Arm Cortex A8 processor and a 512MB memory module from Samsung Electronics. This will double the memory capacity seen in the iPhone 3GS and will capitalise on the 4G’S multi-tasking feature.

The iPhone has often been criticised by some for its battery life and this is improved by making the new model 33% thinner than previous versions allowing more space for larger battery modules.

Second image thanks to: Gizmodo.com.

Let us know what you think about the new iPhone 4G.

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  • jhon

    its not iphone 4g
    it is iphone 4