Well, the wait is over, folks. Apple’s new CEO has unveiled the next generation iPhone — the iPhone 4S. Aesthetically, it’s the same design as the iPhone 4 but if you look under the hood, you’ll see it’s packing some new components that will surely blow the competition out of the water. It featuers the same dual-core A5 chip that debuted in the iPad 2 and its dual-core graphics processor gives 7 times the graphical performance of the iPhone 4′s A4 chip.
Canadian-based designer Mobiado has released the first phone from their Aston Martin collection — The Grand 350. Made in collaboration with the luxury automaker, the Grand 350 Aston Martin’s body is made from CNC machined aluminum and with a frame that’s then inlayed with sapphire crystal. The buttons on the phone are a solid combination of sapphire crystal and stainless steel while the shell comes in black, black satin, and silver.
The white iPhone 4 was first unveiled back in June at the official iPhone 4 release and since Apple’s been hit with delay after delay. Then, the Verizon iPhone 4 came to town which threw the entire production cycle to the mountains. Now, the white Unicorn’s finally going to be available in 28 countries starting tomorrow. Among the 28 countries are Austria, Australia, Belgium, Canada, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, the U.S. and the UK.
We’re not big on speculation but when it comes to the iPhone, we’re all ears. Seriously. So some crazy events have taken place in the past few weeks, all of which have begun to surface. An Apple engineer left a 4th generation iPhone prototype at a bar, which was picked up by some guy that gave Gawker media (owners of Gizmodo) the opportunity to give it an examination, for monetary fee of course. If this really is the next gen iPhone, then I’m sold. It’s bringing a new front-facing camera as well as a beefed-up back camera and a larger battery. The screen’s a bit smaller but the resolution’s been hiked up.
So you’re waiting to see when AT&T is going to enter the Android market, are ya? Well, that wait is about to be over as Engadget‘s uncovered some details of the HTC Lancaster. They describe it as having a Magic outer shell with a Touch Pro design scheme when slid open. As for specs, it’s packing triband EDGE and 850 / 1900MHz HSPA, AGPS, a 3 megapixel fixed-focus camera, Bluetooth 2.0, microSD expansion, and a “unique HTC social messaging user interface” that we’re hoping to learn more about very soon.
August 3rd seems to be the expected launch date but that can and probably will change. Check the spec shot after the jump. (more…)