The 64GB iPhone 4 prototype which emerged yesterday has now appeared in a hands-on strip down video with the leaked device given the unofficial Apple advert treatment.
Appearing on tech blog BGR, the leaked device, which unlike consumer available iPhone 4 handsets touts 64GB of internal storage, double the highest storage purchasable Apple blower, can be spotted claiming 58.8GB of free space in the hands-on video.
Mocked up like an official Apple advert with the iconic Feist soundtrack and trademark simple black font on pure white background, the new video sees the outed handset taken apart and its larger capacity storage components explored.
Whilst Apple’s evident work on a 64GB iPhone failed to produce a commercially available end product, the leak gives an exciting insight into a possible upped specs of the upcoming iPhone 5. Tipped to touchdown in June or July of this year, the iPhone 5 is believed to come touting a dual-core A5 processor and a new metallic back with the antenna built in to the Apple logo.