Source Pravda.Ru

Apple to Introduce iPhone 4G

Allegedly, Apple could be on the verge of unveiling its fourth-generation iPhone.

According to the Korea Times and Telecoms Korea, the so-called "iPhone 4G" will boast a dual-core processor to speed up the device, better graphics, a super-bright OLED display and a removable battery. Details were reportedly leaked to the publications by an Apple insider.

However, sceptics believe it is unlikely that the iPhone will feature a removable battery. Many Apple products, including all previous iPhones, and its new range of unibody Macs, feature integrated batteries, held within a sealed unit, which Apple says enables the battery to contain more cells, and therefore provide power for longer between charges.

Telegraph.co.uk. has contributed to the report.

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