Apple could launch not one, but two new iPhone this year
We recently learned that Apple was going to start selling the iPhone without a contract from the Apple Store. Well, if the Wall Street Journal is correct, it seems that it is confirmed that the iPhone 4G will arrive in the summer, and it will probably not be tied to a single company as has happened so far with the Apple phone.
In addition, according to the sources of the prestigious newspaper, Apple would be developing not one, but two new iPhone models, to be presented, one of them in June, as is usual in the renewal cycles of the smartphone of the cupertino brand, and the second for September of this year.
The first model, which is rumored to include high definition as the main claim, would be manufactured by the Taiwanese company Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., which already manufactured previous models, and could be presented on Thursday, June 22.
The second model, which seems to be delayed until September, would have as a novelty that it would be compatible with wireless technology CDMA, used by Verizon Wireless, AT & T's competitor in the US and also used in countries such as Japan and South Korea.
This new model, would be being manufactured by Pegatron Technology Corp., a subsidiary of ASUSTeK Taiwan Computer Inc., which would begin mass production of iPhones CDMA in late summer.
The countdown begins, and although in Europe and Spain a model does not make sense CDMA iPhone, Apple may also be thinking of giving more than one alternative to Europeans. We will be attentive to see what is cooked.
Update: a video of the alleged new screen of the iPhone 4G has also been seen, which is said to have a resolution of 960 × 640 pixels, double the current one.
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