Maybe u have heard this rumors that iPhone will be launching their NEW Iphone 4G which more known as "Iphone HD"...unfortunately for me coz this was my 1st time heard bout that..hahhaha napak sangat xmengikuti perkembangan..wahhh semua sekarang nak jadi HD bagai...from Tv until now phone pulak...me likey..
frankly at 1st i don't really bother all this 'canggih
manggih' phone and so on.. becoz for me phone as long can make calls and sms..enough for me..more important like i still can sms while i'm driving..that's the most important to me..hahhahaha..so i don't really care bout touch screen or what so ever..but nowadays everybody was using blackberry and iphone..it makes me wanna be part of them..all the facebooking, twitters and replying emails thru phone was sooo tempting to me...despite wireless no have wide range..lagi la senang nak online bagai...after browsing thru and searching for reviews i think i'll opt for iPhone instead of Balckberry...why????becos iPhone have more applications that u can download from apps store for free and blackberry more to business people..hahaha serious naaa...its just my 2cents of cos..no offence blackberry users..(ampun ye!!)..
What's interesting bout iPhone 4G??
Speedy A4 processor
The Wall Street Journal hinted at the new iPhone’s “faster processor” in the article that got the ball rolling, but Daring Fireballs’ John Gruber later dropped more details in his own snide commentary. According to Gruber, the chip powering the iPhone HD will share its bloodline with the A4 system-on-a-chip that powers the iPad.
Considering Apple developed this chip itself (basing it heavily on ARM’s Cortex A9 design), we wouldn’t be surprised to see the fruits of its labor appear in more than one mobile device. The 1GHz processor and onboard graphics should offer a considerable boost in horsepower from the 600MHz Cortex A8 processor currently driving the iPhone 3G S.
960 x 640 Display
Handsets like the Motorola Droid and HTC HD2 have dwarfed the iPhone’s 320-by-480-pixel screen for months now, so Apple will clearly need to take a step forward with the next iteration. John Gruber claims it will take one big step on each axis, essentially quadrupling the number of pixels to 960-by-640.
More pixels always make an intuitive leap for a next-gen phone, but the specific 2x factor here could be strategic as well. By keeping the same proportions as past iPhones, Apple eases compatibility issues between generations: Just turn one pixel on any current iPhone app into four pixels and you have a version that should look identical, without any crazy scaling.
You read right, the next-generation iPhone should correct the number one criticism about the phone that even the iPad has not. It will run more than one app at the same time.
This one’s a simple matter of connecting the dots: Apple traditionally ties every iPhone OS update to the launch of a new device, so a fourth-generation iPhone is almost synonymous with iPhone OS 4.0. AppleInsider reports that “people with a proven track record in predicting Apple’s technological advances” have confirmed that iPhone OS 4.0 will support multi-tasking, and Mr. Gruber concurs.
Great, another camera. This little tidbit from John Gruber may sound fairly pedestrian, but it’s really implying a much bigger feature: video conferencing. A front-facing camera will allow you to view the screen at the same time you shoot yourself with it, not only opening boundless opportunities for MySpace photos, but for Skype-style video conferencing on the go.
If you want to take the next logical implied step in sleuthing, a front-facing camera is also a checkmark in support of 4G, since the intense bandwidth used by two-way video communication probably wouldn’t fly too well over typical 3G connections.
Announcement coming June 22, Launch this Summer
When will we actually hear the real deal on this thing? Tuesday, June 22, if any anonymous Engadget tipster can be believed.
Students of history won’t find much to balk about with the general timeframe here. Apple has announced a new iPhone every summer since the first generation back in 2007, and we have no reason to suspect it has gone and changed its act for 2010. However, both the iPhone 3G and 3G S were announced at Apple’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference at Moscone Center in San Francisco, which sources suggest Apple has booked for June 28 through July 2 this year.
i think that date it will be relase in states..malaysia not sure..i just couldn't wait to make my hands to it..hehehe soo now i have to be patient enough and saving money for this lovely iphone..or i would ask someone to buy it for me....hehehe boleh kan as a present for my yang lama lagi nak birthday ..hehehe :D but i also want bag..aiyoohh how eh?!?!?! tough decisions to make...