DigiTimes posted a new article using Questions & Answers with one of its research analysts reporting several previously undisclosed details about the development of the iPhone 4G expected to be introduced early next month at Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference.
But the most interesting thing in the report that Apple had a second next-generation iPhone under development that more closely to the iPhone 3GS. Apple has been keeping this iPhone in reserve in case of unforeseen difficulties with the more significantly redesigned versions seen floating around in prototypes forced Apple to fall back to manufacturing processes with which it is already familiar.
On a side note, Apple initiated the iPhone 4G project at the end of 2008. According to our sources, Apple actually has another product codenamed N91 for the project, which offers less change from previous iPhones compared with the N90. It’s a parallel product to back up the N90 in case there are major delays due to significant modifications in casing, display resolution, digital camera support and so forth.
LOL, Another Interesting thing in the Report that a Verizon-compatible iPhone scheduled to be produced by Pegatron instead of Apple’s existing iPhone manufacturing partner Foxconn.
Pegatron will indeed assemble an iPhone, but the manufacturing cooperation is still at the EVT (engineer verification test) stage. There are two more stages – DVT (design verification test) and PVT (process verification test) – before mass production. Though there were reports that shipments for this particular device will begin in the second half, we believe 2011 is more likely.
For more Questions and Answers about this Topic, You can see the full Article from Here. [via Macrumors]
Then, What do you expect.. We have to wait till we see what really will happen, I want to know what’s inside Steve Job’s Brain!!