Chinese website Apple.pro has posted pictures of a purported next-generation iPhone, this time in white!Black variant of the iPhone 4G in the wild on numerous occasions are still available,the images of the white model are a nice change of pace.
While the authenticity of the photographs haven’t been verified, the photos do show what appears to be a complete white faceplate sitting atop the standard iPhone 4G body. The phone itself looks likely to one of the same pre-production models (hence the seams) with the white faceplate not completely snapped on.
China does have a booming market of shanzhai merchandise and assorted accessories, but the existence of such a prefab that appears to fit the physical dimensions of the new iPhone prototypes is interesting to say the least.
One of the reported hallmark features of the next iPhone is a front-facing camera for video conferencing. In that vein, BGR has more photos showing off some official video call debugging screens from the next iPhone.
Thanks to the iPhone leaks and the data inside the iPhone OS 4.0 beta builds, video call support is all but a foregone conclusion; still, it’s nice to see some official debug screens that mention the feature.
The next generation iPhone is expected to be unveiled at WWDC on June 7, 2010.