Leaked 4G iPhone chassis makes previous iPhones look like toys (with videos)

It looks like Apple is applying some of their primo unibody construction know-how to iPhone-land.

Via Google’s Portuguese-to-English translation:

“These Were parts purchased in China by one of Our readers (Were not stolen or found) then Delivered to us. We Will not reveal the price,” iPhone Portugal reports. “this chassis / iPhone HD, makes the 3G look like a toy.”

iPhone Portugal reports, “Those parts are genuine? We Can not Know But We Can tell for sure Those parts are perfect, Have No defects, not faulty at all, there is not even one single Difference Between the two copies we have… The piece is very light, is made of aluminum with a very high level of detail, the edges of the frame we see a very small cut to the rim would not be too pronounced in the style mac book pro.”

Full article, via Google Translate, here.

MacDailyNews Take: Apple’s 4th-gen iPhone has to be the most-leaked product in the company’s history.

[Attribution: MacRumors. Thanks to MacDailyNews Reader “Fred Mertz” for the heads up.]

28 Comments

  1. “MacDailyNews Take: Apple’s 4th-gen iPhone has to be the most-leaked product in the company’s history.”

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    It is so leaked that it actually spilled nearly completely.

  2. When you are selling at a rate of 40 million units per year and need a significant ramp up for the new model, I guess you are going to “misplace” some of the parts along the way. At this point, this just adds to the hype for next week.

    Only Apple makes stuff that looks so cool on the inside.

  3. The morality of these “journalists” astonishes me.

    “These Were parts purchased in China by one of Our readers (Were not stolen or found)”

    Of course they were stolen. How do you think they left the factory in China? I guarantee Foxconn or Apple didn’t approve of these chassis being removed from the premises.

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