I went over to MICGadget to check out the "leak" of the 64GB iPhone 4. When I saw it, all of the evidence pointed to a preproduction prototype, not a new developed prototype. 1. [XXGB] markings means the model is XX GB, which means Apple would have retained the capacity markings. iPhone 4's obviously do not have these markings, but pre-production prototypes such as the Gizmodo leak had this marking. This is not some secret code, just a capacity mark, and the fact that this still has that mark means it was produced before Apple dropped it, which means it was produced BEFORE the iPhone 4 came out in June 2010. 2. The metal ring and the +/- on the volume rockers were ADDITIONS to the Gizmodo prototype, the fact that MICGadget's iPhone 4 lacks that means it was produced before these were added. 3. Funnily enough, this prototype uses PHILLIPS HEAD SCREWS! Not the PENTALOBE SCREWS. 4. The baseband is 01.59.00, which is now OUTDATED (iOS 4.1). iOS 4.3 should be running on this prototype if this was a new one, and the baseband for that is 04.10.01. Finally, the fact that it is identical to Gizmodo's iPhone 4 prototype actually lowers the chance of a 64GB iPhone 4. If it's identical to the Gizmodo prototype, it means the development of the 64GB iPhone 4 has ended, and no further prototypes were made after the June 2010 release.