The pristine White iPhone 4

Is the elusive white iPhone 4 underway?

That speculation that the iPhone 4’s white version is really coming out soon only heightened sightings of the device was seen at a recent press event. One of the participants was allegedly seen using the white iPhone 4. When asked about it, that person said that he got the phon with the help of an Apple employee. He added that the Apple Headquarters are teeming with the white iPhone 4.

An update to the has given further hints that the white iPhone 4 might not be far off.

Another thing that made speculations rise even more is the Apple Store iPhone application. The application’s new “Reserve Products” feature offered the option to reserve the 16GB and the 32GB white iPhone 4 for in-store pickup. But when excited users chose the option, they weren’t actually able to reserve the smartphone. Soon after, Apple replaced the said option with a “not available to reserve” label on each white iPhone 4 listing.

The white iPhone 4 is one of Apple’s most anticipated products. When the black iPhone 4 went on sale in June, Apple said the white version would be make its debut the following month. Since then, the company moved the white iPhone’s launch to “later this year” due to some concerns with manufacturing. This started a lot of speculations as to when the device would finally come out.

I guess we should just all wait for the device to really come out. And while we’re at it, why don’t we just enjoy the time we have with the black version of the iPhone 4; I really have the feeling that the white iPhone 4 would eclipse the black version. But that’ just me.

Your thoughts

What do you think? Do you think I’m right with the white iPhone 4 eclipsing the black versions’ popularity? Would the white version make any difference? Which do you prefer?

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