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White iPhone 4 Removed From Apple Website

White iPhone 4 Removed From Apple Website

The white iPhone 4 is a sneaky device. Apple, having shown it off at the beginning of the year and making a countless number of people excited for its release, has repeatedly delayed the iDevice since its announcement. And, with this latest delay under the company's wings, there's speculation that the device not be making it to the market at all. Ever. Of course, there's plenty of reasons why: manufacturers can't get the shades of white to match. Or, the white color causes crazy things to happen when taking a picture. Either way, Apple's suggestion that the white model of the iPhone 4 is hard to manufacture looks to be true. And now, sadly, the white device is missing from Apple's online store altogether.

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White iPhone 4 secretly cancelled; Apple treading water until iPhone 5?

White iPhone 4 secretly cancelled; Apple treading water until iPhone 5?

Apple has already confirmed that we shouldn't expect a white iPhone 4 until spring 2011, but now there's speculation that the Cupertino company doesn't intend to release the pale smartphone at all.  BGR's source has heard that Apple has internally canned the white iPhone 4, and that normally talkative manufacturers are refusing to comment on the talk of it being a case of production delays.

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White iPhone 4 reservations hit updated Apple Store app

White iPhone 4 reservations hit updated Apple Store app

Apple has updated its Apple Store app for iOS, with v1.1 now available through iTunes, and it seems to have brought with it suggestions that the white iPhone 4 release is finally imminent.  MacRumors forum member Bandolier spotted that reservation options for the white iPhone 16GB and 32GB models have been added to the updated app, alongside their black counterparts.

Unfortunately, actually tapping the reservation options doesn't yet allow you to reserve a white iPhone 4.  Instead, you get a message saying "Because of high demand, we are not currently taking iPhone reservations."

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Apple iPhone 4: Where to Pre-Order, White Model May Not be Included

Apple iPhone 4: Where to Pre-Order, White Model May Not be Included

Time certainly does catch up with you, doesn't it? Hopefully you were all having fun, so it flew by and what not. Just feels like yesterday that we all sat here, and brought you the announcement of Apple's latest iPhone iteration, the iPhone 4. And in all the hub-bub, we also told you that Walmart, RadioShack, and Best Buy would be part of the third-party retailer brigade offering up their own models for pre-order and sale. Well, tomorrow's the big pre-order day, so jump after the break to find out where you can go to pick one up, and what you need to do to make it happen.

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Apple’s rumored deal with JDI could bring us everything we’re hoping for

Apple’s rumored deal with JDI could bring us everything we’re hoping for

Apple loves to have a tight supply chain -- one they can control, which will yield the parts they want. They tried in earnest to get Sapphire glass up and running with a partnership with GT Advanced, which ended up a disaster. Now they’re reportedly turning to a much more solid partner for display technology. Though you may not have heard of Japan Display Inc (JDI), you’ve likely seen their work. Though the report is fairly benign, it has a lot of interesting angles (pun intended). The deal will reportedly see Apple dump just shy of $2 billion into a new plant.

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Tim Cook talks security, Apple Pay hits national parks

Tim Cook talks security, Apple Pay hits national parks

According to Tim Cook, Apple has been working with the United States government to get Apple Pay working in national parks across the nation. Starting in September, you'll be able to work with the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus to pay your way in to national parks - and probably pay for hotdogs, too. News of this update comes from Tim Cook speaking at a White House Summit on Cybersecurity and Consumer Protection. This should go a long way to proving to companies of all sorts that Apple Pay is here to stay.

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