News by Jordan Crook on Thursday April 14, 2011.
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After 10 months of teasing, the white iPhone may finally show its face on the market by the end of April. According to Reuters, two people familiar with the situation have stated that Apple's suppliers have already started production of white iPhones, suggesting a launch date that's within a month.
Back in March, Apple's Senior Vice-President of Marketing, Phil Schiller, tweeted that the white iPhone would be a "beauty," and arrive in the Spring, but since then, the subject has gone silent. However, Businessweek now reports that its sources have indicated that part of the 10-month delay can be blamed on the white paint itself, as the paint peels under heat.
Of course, all of this information has not been confirmed by Apple. However, should these reports prove true, the white iPhone would be available on AT&T and Verizon's networks by the end of April, according to Businessweek.