The teenage mind behind the White iPhone 4 conversion kits will now face Apple.
Apple's white iPhone 4 is finally available for purchase. And Apple's VP has an explanation as to why it took so long.
Apple has finally finished work on the white iPhone 4. It will go on sale tomorrow all around the world.
Although Apple has yet to officially announce a release date, a set of leaked screenshots lead us to believe that we could very well see the white iPhone 4 in stores by mid-week.
UK residents can now place an order for the white iPhone 4 with mobile retailer Three UK. But some doubt remains that all is as it seems.
Apple's senior VP of marketing announced via Twitter that the white iPhone will be available soon. But what form will the ghostly device take?
The elusive white iPhone 4 has yet to go on sale. But that hasn't stopped rumors that a white iPad 2 will soon be available.
Apple has remained mum on the subject, but all signs point toward a White iPhone in the very near future.
While it won't be a white (iPhone) Christmas this year, it looks like aesthetically conscious iPhone 4 holdouts will have their patience rewarded come next spring.
The 1.1 version of Apple's Store app offers improved support for Genius Bar reservations and other in-store services, and expands product listings.
The milky white iPhone 4 continues to elude potential buyers as Apple issues yet another delay.
The Chinese company responsible for the iPhone 4’s glass panels is having troubles with the mix of paint and opacity, which could further delay the phone, and might limit the number of phones available.
Devotees of Apple's classic color scheme are still waiting for the white iPhone 4 to show up in stores, weeks after the initial launch.