We’re getting dangerously close to iPhone 5 territory here. But for those who have been holding out for the better part of a year, waiting to get their hands on a white version of the iPhone 4, good news: the thing may actually finally be coming soon, for real. Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is insisting that the handset will be arriving by early April–at the latest.Of course, that report squares with Apple’s official timeline. After numerous delays for unspecified “technical issues,” the company announced that the phone will finally be available at some point this spring. Kuo also confirmed the source of the problems, telling AppleInsider that Apple had fixed the “full-lamination problem that [was] the reason why white iPhones [were] delayed.” Interest in the white version of the handset was rekindled earlier this month, when Steve Jobs unveiled a white version of the iPad 2. Due out tomorrow, that device will almost certainly beat its long-announced iPhone counterpart to the market.