Here we go again folks. This isn't the first "in the wild" spotting of the purported next-gen iPhone, and with just 15 days until WWDC - which will hopefully end the speculation once and for all - I'm willing to bet it won't be the last. The first sighting of this phone was here in the US, but lately it seems to be spending some quality time in Asia; first in Vietnam, as we've now seen a few times, and now in what appears to be either Hong Kong or China (or both?).
There is, however, one thing about this sighting that sets it apart from the rest. What's that, you ask? This sighting is not merely of a run-of-the-mill black next-gen iPhone, the leaked image contains a white iPhone as well - perhaps for those of us who like to mix it up a bit. Personally, I'd like to see a nice gray colored iPhone, but I think we all know that some (ahem!) have a hard time seeing things outside of black and white.
The images come from Chinese website Apple.pro who claim the photos in question are proof of not only one, but two variants of the highly-anticipated device. Don't get too excited just yet though, as word on the street suggests there's a possibility these may not be the real deal. If you examine the pictures more closely, there are a few things that set off that little "fake" alarm we know all too well. First, there's a larger than normal gap between the chrome mid-section of the phone and the faceplate, which could suggest that the phone is either not fully assembled or that it's just not the real thing. Second, at the bottom of the phone you can see the two screw holes that we saw the first time around, which could mean they come from an earlier prototype than what we've seen more recently.
In any case, I'm willing to bet many of the answers to our questions will be laid out before us in the days to come. If the white next-gen iPhone (fashioned from pure unicorn horn) does in fact exist, will you be putting it on your wish list? Lets us know in the comments!