All the talk of the white iPhone 4 has pretty much faded away in the wake of the iPad 2 announcement (and in anticipation of a new iPhone by June or July), but in case you’re still waiting for it, then here’s an update: according to this report, “manufacturers will initiate production of the GSM-based iPhone 4 version in white enclosures and begin dispatching them to Apple ahead of general availability planned for next month.”
Apparently, Apple found a way to fix the problems on the white color that screwed up the camera’s performance. If you want to get technical, the post at AppleInsider mentioned that they made changes to the “film material to solve the full-lamination problem,” which was the main reason for the almost-year-long delay. As evidence that white is alright, they already announced that the new iPad will be available in black and white colors from day one. The report also mentioned that the white versions due out next month will be the GSM versions, with no word on a white Verizon/CDMA iPhone 4.
Awesome news, no doubt. But have you gotten over it? More importantly, if they’re going to be selling the white iPhone 4 next month, will they still be introducing the iPhone 5 within the June/July timeframe?