Apple’s new iPhone for 2010 could be called the iPhone HD, Engadget reports.
Why? Because as Daring Fireball’s John Gruber suggests, it may have a much higher-resolution screen than the current iPhone. Some of the features Gruber suggests:
- 960 x 640 “double-resolution” display (not technically HD, but higher resolution than the current 480 x 320 display, packing four times as many pixels)
- Apple A4 family “system-on-a-chip”
- Second, front-facing camera
- Third-party multitasking in iPhone OS 4
- Maybe HD video?
Either way, expect to see the new iPhone in June.
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