Purchasers of the iPhone 4 ivory-tinted model of Apple have been surprised in current days to discover that the gadget is .2 millimeters thicker than its ebony sibling. The controversy has achieved such a dangerous mass that it has generated its own heading: sizegate.
Spectators have got it all wrong according to Phil Schiller of Apple. In a message to a reader of 9to5Mac, the senior vice president rejected statements that Apple improved the deepness of the iPhone in its transition to a lighter category.
Schiller wrote in a message on Twitter, “It is not thicker, don’t believe all the . . . → Read More: Apple Says White iPhone 4 isn’t Thicker