What do you think the iPhone 4G will look like?

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  1. Fodd1337

    Fodd1337 New Member

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    !!!PHOTOSHOP CONTEST!!!

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    Click here to see a video with all of the information you will need.
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    The iPhone 4G probably won't be a whole lot different then the 3G/3G's. Considering usually when they upgrade, they just add a button or change the casing design a bit.

    Google image some pictures, some are fake, some are real and some are just rough copies. Put two and two together, you'll get a rough idea of what it's gonna come out as...
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    I already made a vid with the current ideas, I wanted to see what regular people could come up with

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    This is the 4G lite, so no compass.


    Wider + Front Camera.


    I'm so tired, didn't try to make look perfect, or even say "4G" in the status bar.

    Oh yeah, no more home button on the front. There is another button near the volume rockers (you can't see it) that is the new home button.
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    Oh God, IMO that thing is hideous (No Offense).
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    ... But you have to give him credit for making it on such short notice

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    That glass-type iPhone you had in your vid..... That thing is sexy. Two solid parts with a pane of glass connected them and the glass has an LED backlit screen...... I'd die for that.
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    I would imagine that thing being so damn difficult to see in the sunlight it wouldn't be worth purchasing.
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    Too bad though, it would be crazy to say we could expect it in the next 20 years

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    I think the only problem is space..... since there are only those 2 solid pieces, where would all the hardware go? And if they ever figure out some kind of, I don't know, alternative storage space? Like maybe instead of binary in magnets and metal, maybe in air particles? IDK, it's a little far-fetched, but 20 years is a lifetime in technology. More than 20 years ago, the first Personal Computer was invented. And now, many of us have more than 1 "personal computer" if you count portable devices, cellphones, computers, laptops, etc.... Windows was also created more than 20 years ago, and, more than 2 decades ago, 52-foot diameter disks held 5 MBs, while today, we have 1 TB drives that are 4 inches by 4 inches, or more. 20 years is a long time in technology.

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