Rumors of the upcoming iPhone 4G are kicking into a higher gear now, as the latest rumors strengthen the belief that the iPhone 4G will be getting a 960 x 640 pixel display. If the rumor is accurate, the device will not only get a higher resolution display, but will also sport a higher quality IPS (in-plane switching) panel along with FFS (fringe-field switching) technology to make it easier to read outdoors. LG Display and Prime View International have been touted as the suppliers for the new display. Further good news comes in the form that the panel will be a third thinner than previous models, which makes room for larger battery. Finally, it’s claimed that the iPhone 4G will offer 512MB of RAM, which is double of what is offered on the iPhone 3GS and iPad. With all these juicy details, are you thinking of getting the iPhone 4G?
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