An A4 in the iPhone would give it some processing grunt compared to previous models - perhaps this is why Apple finally put pseudo-multitasking into iPhone OS 4 because they had a CPU better suited to handle it coming up.
[citation][nom]mavanhel[/nom]So..wait. If the 4G is using the A4, does that mean that it's is just as powerful as the iPad?[/citation]
No. The iPhone is using a severely crippled A4 processor. Apple didn't want the same heat problems that many high end Android phones have. If Apple had used the very same A4 processor that the iPad has in the iPhone then the iPhone would generate more heat than Snapdragon based Android phones.
[citation][nom]mauller07[/nom]looks more like a thinner version of an LG viewty now minus the rounded bottomand they will call this design new when LG have been using it for years now[/citation]
Yeah, just like how the KIN looks like an iPad!
Frankly, nobody should care about any new Apple related phones unless Apple ditches AT&T outright. For now, my BlackBerry Tour is the greatest business phone ever. And Verizon does a great job supplying service.