The new, top secret iPhone 4G prototype is no longer top secret. Believe it or not, it was left at a bar in Redwood City, CA (just south of San Francisco, in the Bay Area). The techy-folks at Gizmodo.com took it apart and have confirmed that it is, in fact, the new iPhone 4G. And to re-confirm that it’s the real deal, Apple has confirmed that they are indeed, missing a prototype iPhone.
The folks at Gizmodo said that unlike the 3GS currently on the market, the new iPhone has a front-facing video chat camera. It also has an improved back-camera with a larger lens and flash. The screen has an improved display with a higher resolution so that individual pixels are not visible. At the top they found what looked like a secondary microphone for noise cancellation as well as split buttons for volume. All the buttons were metallic.
The iPhone 4G is expected to hit stores worldwide in June, according to the latest blog speculation and will be on the Verizon network. Check out some photos of the new iPhone below.