Apple's Next iPhone - iPhone 4G - Uncovered

Top gadgets and tech news source Gizmodo said someone found a lost iPhone in a bar, the Gourmet Haus Staudt, in Redwood City. It was camouflaged as an iPhone 3GS, according to them, but turned out to be a prototype of Apple's next generation iPhone, probably the 4G.

iPhone 4G
We could not give much information as this major leak (or scoop) is classified as a Gizmodo "exclusive". You can find more details, particularly the iPhone 4G features and specifications, at Gizmodo.

Update: This "major leak" was decribed by another tech new source, TechCrunch, as "The Stolen iPhone Story" in a post on April 26th.
"The biggest story in tech today is the Gizmodo stolen iPhone debacle (note that I use the word “stolen” only to keep the description brief, not in any legal way). An Apple employee with a iPhone prototype left it in a bar. Someone found it and sold it to Gizmodo for $5,000. Gizmodo got a huge scoop, but they are now facing criminal and possibly civil liability issues."
Gizmodo, on the other hand, published a post that California police authorities raided editor Jason Chen's home and seized 4 computers and 2 servers.

Here's Jason Chen's account of the event.
Jason Chen's Account