The new iPhone found lying on the ground in a bar sports a new design and 80GB storage.
A suspected iPhone 4G(or HD) was found on the ground in a San Jose bar, inside of an iPhone 3G case. The hands-on pictures, which found its way to Engadget, reveals a completely different look for the iPhone. It’s a lot more thick and square-ish and lacks the device’s patented design, leading us to believe that it could be a early prototype or some sort of a custom modified hardware design for the devs.
There isn’t much info on the device, except that it was found running on the new iPhone OS 4.0 SDK (doesn’t switch ON now), had 80GB storage, a front-facing camera and some stylish re-design of the volume and silence buttons. Whether or not this is actually the new iPhone remains to be seen but things have just gone a bit more interesting. Have a look at the pictures, courtesy of Engadget: