The Apple rumour-mill is working at full speed today. It now seems pretty likely that a new Apple iPhone (or two) will be announced next week at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference – but the latest suggestions are that Apple co-founder and CEO Steve Jobs could be making an appearance at the same time. Mr Jobs has been absent on health grounds since earlier this year.
The new Apple iPhone is expected to be called the Apple iPhone Video, reflecting the main focus of the device. It’ll probably have 32GB of memory, an improved camera and an OLED display, with a 16GB version also available. As for the veracity of these rumours – and the possibility of a 4GB ‘iPhone lite’ – only time will tell.
[Sources: WSJ.com; FT.com; TUAW.com; TGRblog.com]