Have you see those components for the new iPhone which were leaked online? If so, they appear to be genuine, according to pcworld.com .
According to pcworld.com a black version of the iPhone will come in grey/black, and the white in white/silver.
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Meantime, if you're looking for a deal on an iPhone, check out Wal-Mart. Businessweek.com reports that Wal-Mart cut its price for Apple's 16 gigabyte iPhone 4S to $148 from $188.
It notes that the price was already cheaper than the manufacturer’s suggested retail price of $199.
Monday AsiaCnet.com reported that a 'mockup' of the new iPhone appeared at a trade show in Berlin.
It says GSMIsrael appeared to be the first to report the news.
According to AsiaCnet.com the new phone is taller than previous models and also has a headphone jack on the bottom of the phone. It notes another feature is a two-toned backplate.
Asiacnet.com also put together a rumor page about the new iPhone.
Many media outlets are reporting there may be new iPhone part shortages.
According to Examiner.com , Apple has contracted its LCD screen for the new iPhone to three manufacturer: Japan Display Inc., LG, and Sharp Electronics.
According to the report, Sharp has fallen behind schedule and its target date of shipping its display screens at the end of this month has been delayed because of manufacturing problems. Read more.
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