It seems like everyday there's a new iPhone-related post, but we all know just how many people in the world have iPhones, so we'll continue posting the news, but it looks like The Verge has stumbled across a few photos of the iPhone prototypes in court documents related to Apple's lawsuit against Samsung.
One of the photos in their report shows a two-tone design with a central aluminum backing that looks like the early version of the next-gen iPhone, as the side-by-side picture shows above.
The one on the left is a rendering of the next-gen iPhone by Blackpool Creative, which was based on leaked parts of the upcoming iPhone. On the right, we have a prototype iPhone design posted by the Verge. What do you think? I think both designs look good, the color scheme is definitely an improvement. But, can Apple do enough to the phone to give it a total edge over the competition like the original iPhone did?
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