Back in June, we witnessed Apple's unveiling of numerous updates to its software line. However, one of the key things that the company has been consistent in also unleashing at WWDC was its iPhone line. We didn't see a new iPhone this year.
We kind of knew that it was going to be delayed, as well, but nothing was said about why. That is, until now. It seems that Apple's A5 processor that we find in. . . larger devices is overheating in the much smaller iPhone. If you've ever been in a car in the summer and touched your window, you probably know why it was delayed.
I can't say that I'm disappointed that the new iPhone wasn't released last month; after all, I'd rather have something safe and be able to make calls than something that would burn my hand badly because I have to hold it in all different areas around my house.
Of course, we'll find out if Apple's delay has helped the next iteration of the ever popular device sometime this fall. In the meantime, how are you enjoying your iPhone 4?[9to5 Mac]