The folks over at Tinhte, who have earlier managed to get their hands on many of Apple products before its release, have come up with something again.
This time, the folks from Tinhte have got their hands on a white iPhone 4 which is arguably running a test version’ of an upcoming iOS build. The white iPhone 4 has 64GB of on-board storage capacity.
The video uploaded by Tinhte suggests that the next version of iOS will feature a new multi-tasking UI.
Below is a video of the new multi-tasking UI in action :
The new UI shows all the open apps in a similar way as HTC’s Leap View, with an X’ icon for closing an app.
This leak from Tinhte more or less confirms that Apple won’t be launching the next generation iPhone at the upcoming WWDC. Instead, the company will announce a new and over-hauled version of iOS.
Sadly, this video does not show a new notification system or widgets for iOS. The notification system and the icons-only home screen of the current iOS version are heavily criticized by its users.
Hopefully, the final version of the next generation iOS will feature a new notification system and a home screen as well.