It’s official: the iOS6 Mapgate saga is not another antennagate. Consumer Reports — which famously said it could not recommend the iPhone 4 because of reception problems caused by the phone’s wrap-around antenna design — has concluded its assessment of Apple’s latest iPhone, naming the iPhone 5 the best iPhone yet, and ranking it “among the best smart phones in
Ah, thinness. It’s not just for supermodels, but superphones too, and while the white iPhone 4 has suffered claims of being thicker than its black brother from the same crunchy mother, one of its fathers says nuh-uh.
With reports suggesting an official white iPhone 4 due to launch sometime this month, and Apple previously saying it would launch in the US “spring”, some wonder whether the supposed white iPhone 4 will really be an iPhone 5 instead.
The low-cost iPhone of fable got a little more material with some reports from KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. Before you balk at reports from an “analyst,” note that Kuo has been spot on a number of times in the past, including when he predicted the iPhone 4S release timeline and changes, the launch of the original white iPhone 4, and the iPad 2, among others.
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