New iPhone 4G preview Video: Launch June 2009

Okay, so what we have here is a video preview of the new iPhone 4G smartphone, and apparently it is from Apple, now whether that is completely true I’m not sure.

Anyway judging by this supposed video for what the new iPhone 4G will look like it would appear it is titanium and glass with an OLED display, 3G, true GPS, 3.2 megapixel camera, video capable, 32GB, standard headphone jack and the much wanted removable battery.

So, if this video is a true view of what is coming in the new iPhone 4G it gives iPhones just about everything they asked for. Hit up the video below and let me know what you think.


11 thoughts on “New iPhone 4G preview Video: Launch June 2009”

  1. Hardly says:

    Looks pretty fake. Lotta the text is illegible, and the pix r pretty inconsisten-curved back, flat back. Just looks like a homemade fake vid.

  2. scott says:

    This is a total fake and a poor attempt. Come on, why even post this. Look at the fonts….. give me a break

  3. what's right-click says:

    defo home made vid – Apple would never be allowed to release this – doesn’t fit with the corporate identity manual – wrong typeface used – pretty shabby to be honest. Phone looks quite cool though – hopefully not long to wait now to see the real thing

  4. Edward says:

    Wow!! The phone comes with a dog walker!!!! It also will allow me to control the phone with my thoughts!!! I can’t wait!

  5. Spencer says:

    This is a total joke. The video shows at least three different phones. The typeface is completely different from that which Apple uses and the symbol at the beginning with the blue, isn’t even the corporation’s symbol. Nice try, but a total fake. The actual new iPhone will be announced on June 8, 2009 during the WWDC opening keynote which starts at 10:00 am e.t. So whoever made this pathetic excuse for a video, trust me, don’t try to trick people again. You are not very good at it.

  6. chabb says:

    This is a fantasy 4G Iphone Nano design from the designer Jim Young hvert (Ill. from Gizmodo)