So here’s the latest debacle with the White iPhone 4. Are you ready? It’s .02mm bigger!!! According to some early White iPhone owners, this phone is slightly bigger then the Black iPhone 4’s. Does it make a difference? Depends on who you ask. Some people are reporting that they are having problems getting their slide on cases on the new iPhone, while others are saying the difference is so small it just makes your case a little more snug. One question that begs to be asked is: Will case manufacturers try and capitalize on this and come out with “new” White iPhone 4 cases?
Sitting next to each other on a desk, it looks like the plastic on both sides of the White iPhone has increased. Some are saying it’s an illusion and Apple is still listing it on their website as the same 9.3mm thick, although the .02mm that is being reported could be within the allowed tolerances that Apple has. Is this a legitimate issue, or does it just seem thicker? Anyone have both White and Black iPhones that they can measure with a caliper? Let us know.
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