1. New iPhone Pictures Leaked, Headphone Jack Moved, Hint of New Button
The Italian iPhone blog iSpazio has posted a picture (from an anonymous source) of not yet published new iPhone page on Apple's website. Apparently, that there device is the "new" iPhone that Apple will announce at the WWDC June 8th. Take a look.
Apparently the page also mentions the "sleek all black build, including the slip-resistant backing and bezel." People are also saying that this image shows that the headphone jack has been moved to the bottom right of the phone. Also, there is apparently a new button on the bottom right side of the phone. Doubtful.
2. WSJ's Walter Mossberg Hints At New iPhone
In a recent article, Walter Mossberg discussed the upcoming duel between the Palm Pre and the iPhone. All that aside, let's focus on the important thing. Walter Mossberg (a man with huge connections in the tech world) said that there is probably a new iPhone model that will be announced at the WWDC. "A new, improved iPhone is expected to be announced on June 8," said Mossberg. He goes on to say that there will be "lots of added features", and discusses how this is poor timing for the Palm Pre.
3. New iPhone To Launch In China In July
According to reports in Taiwan's stock trading outlets, the third version of the iPhone will be released in China in July of 2009. Apparently, Apple is in talks with China Unicom. Here's the quote from the trading outlets:
"Apple has reportedly placed contract orders for the production of the third version of iPhone, which is available in three different communication standards, including EDGE (enhanced data rates for GSM evolution), 3G and China`s related standards, and is scheduled to be officially launched in China early July. The firm will contract local telecom companies to jointly promote the newest handset or netbook PCs, showing its determination to explore the market."
Invading China would be a pretty serious boost of iPhone sales, don't ya think?
4. New iPhone Specs Broken Down
This one pretty much speaks for itself. Make sure you click to enlarge.