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Next iPhone, iPod touch to support HD?

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Apple is reported today as phasing out its video cables in what may be a sign of a broader move to HD video-capable iPhone and iPod touch devices. An unnamed source for PhoneNews claims that resellers are being told both the Apple Composite AV and Component AV cables are being scrapped in favor of a single cable pack that, like the Xbox 360’s component cable, has both the component and composite (RCA) cables on a single line and would let users hook up to both HDTVs and standard-definition sets by purchasing one pack.

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iPhone OS 3.0 to feature voice control and feedback

Sources speaking to Ars have discovered evidence of new voice control features coming to iPhone OS 3.0. Apparently going by the code name “Jibbler,” it looks like it will provide not just voice synthesis, but also voice recognition for the upcoming iPhone OS 3.0.

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Apple building 5-6 million new iPhones - Analyst

Adding his voice to the drumbeat of speculation about Apple’s (AAPL) future iPhone plans, Kaufman Bros.’ Shaw Wu weighed in early Wednesday with a new report from his supply chain and industry sources.

Among his findings:

Two out of three. Wu had heard that there are three new iPhones in the works, but based on clues that developers are finding in the beta iPhone 3.0 software, he now believes “only two will see the light of day.”

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Video-In and Magnetometers Could Introduce Interesting iPhone App Possibilites

The discovery that Apple’s next iPhone might contain both video input as well as a magnetometer (digital compass) opens up some interesting possibilities for future iPhone applications.

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Next-gen iPhone to get 3.2 MP upgrade via OmniVision

Digitimes has a very sparse report naming OmniVision as the supplier for the CMOS imaging sensor for the next-generation iPhone hardware expected to be released this summer. “Market sources” say that Apple has ordered 3.2 megapixel sensors from the company, which beat out STMicroelectronics and Aptina Imaging as the supplier. The latter company supplied the 2 megapixel sensor in the current iPhone hardware.

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iPhone 3,1 to have Broadcom BCM4329, 802.11N/5GHz Wireless, FM transmitter/receiver

According to the fine folks over at AI, the soon-to-be-released iPhone 3,1 references the Broadcom BCM4329 wireless chip in the boot script.  This is a significant upgrade over the current Broadcom BCM4325 for a number of reasons. As they pointed out, the component upgrade adds power savings and new support for 802.11n features, including the ability to find and join 5GHz networks.

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