What's in Store for the iPhone 4G Apple's Cooking Up?
A leak from an Apple partner in South Korea suggests that a 4G iPhone is on the way. What improvements can we expect?
Apple's next generation iPhone will be a dual-core powerhouse with a removable battery, addressing two of the biggest complaints about the device. That's if an article in The Korean Times is accurate.
The newspaper printed comments from an executive with Korea Telecom, Apple's exclusive partner to sell the iPhone in the Republic of Korea. In the interview, a KT executive said they expected the device, called the '4G iPhone,' to ship in April at the earliest. "It's possible to launch the devices within the first half. Still, there are some 3G iPhone stocks. But KT and Apple have reached a broad consensus to introduce the advanced models as early as possible," the unnamed executive told the Times. The article adds that the phone would be available to bigger local corporate clients as a "litmus test" in April and to the mass market in June.