Much has been discussed about the rumoured iPhone 4G / HD, from what sort of features it will have to its release date. However, we may have stumbled upon some news that will get us just a step closer to Apple’s new smartphone for 2010.
According to Jamie Pert from Product-reviews, SlashGear is suggesting that Apple will unveil the new iPhone 4G on June 22. The reason is that the Yerba Buena Center has been booked for that date – Apple booked the same venue for the iPad keynote.
This is the best proof yet that the iPhone 4G exists – the month certainly makes sense, as previous iPhones were also unveiled in June.
It is not known if Apple is developing just a slight upgrade to the current 3GS version, or if they plan a major update in design and hardware. We know that it will come with iPhone OS 4.0, which was unveiled a week ago.
We are not sure what other upgrades the smartphone will come with; recent rumours suggest a better camera, faster process, improved battery life, and double the amount of storage.
Do you think that Apple will reveal the iPhone to the world on June 22?
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