4G iPhone at the Center of the Latest Apple Rumors
Korean company says phone is being rushed into production partly because of Google assault
Apple is at the center of another rumor.
If Apple Tablet rumors were not enough for Mac lovers, now comes report of a a "4G" iPhone set to hit the world in June.
The new iPhone rumors come from a Korean telecommunications company that told a local newspaper that it doesn't see any "big hurdle" to selling the phone as early as this summer.
The Korea Times says the new iPhone will begin testing in April and it will feature an OLED screen, similar to the new Google Nexus One.
Another supposed feature of the new iPhone is the long rumored video chat feature and an improved still and video camera, along with a removable battery and dual core processors for a more powerful phone.
KT Telecommunications says the phone is being designed -- and rushed to production -- as a direct reaction to Google's recent attacks on the iPhone.