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White iPhone 4 Will Be Eventually Cancelled?

October 27th, 2010 10:19 admin Leave a comment Go to comments


Time for yet another White iPhone 4 rumor! This time, folks over at Boy Genius Report seems to have come across a source who is claiming that the white iPhone 4 in fact will be eventually cancelled.

According to the source, Apple has more or less made up its mind to not release the white version. The report adds that an official update regarding this would only arrive by March 2011 so that the attention of most would be on the iPhone 5, which might see its debut sometime in June 2011. Until then, Apple would stall the release of the white iPhone 4 citing one reason or other.

This comes close on the heels of Apple confirming that the white iPhone 4 would only be seen by the spring of 2011. In the meantime, rumor mills have gone on overdrive with various reasons being blamed for the delay (and now cancellation?) of the iPhone.

The latest reason being touted for the delay is the effect of the translucent White glass cover of the phone affecting the camera performance. This issue has allegedly forced Apple to redesign the White iPhone 4 and eventually cause the delay.

While Apple is far from divulging the fact that the white iPhone 4 would be cancelled, the move might actually make sense for the company. Instead of wasting resources in redesigning something that would be updated in a few months time, they would be better off working on a white iPhone 5 that would come devoid of all these issues!

What do you think about the possibility of Apple scrapping the white iPhone? Do you even care anymore? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

[Via BGR]

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