A second website has managed to get its hands on what appears to be a prototype of the iPhone 4G, ahead of its launch next month.
Vietnamese site Taoviet has posted pictures of the new handset online, which are accompanied by the internal code name N90 that Apple is believed to have given the next iPhone.
The mobile apparently arrived at Taoviet via a Vietnamese businessman, who allegedly purchased the iPhone 4G prototype as part of a transaction in the US which also resulted in him owning an iPad.
A translation of the comments attached to the article suggests that in fact he paid somewhere in the region of £2,700 for the device.
Earlier this month, US tech site Gizmodo landed in legal hot water after publishing snaps and specifications for what was claimed to be the fourth iteration of the iPhone.
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